Stewart Filmscreen's Director's Choice 100 is the ultimate marriage of the world's best screen material and the most precise masking system available ---- CIMA by Stewart Filmscreen offers standard configurations and screen materials for projects that are less need specific but still demand quality, duraility and performance

TORRANCE, CA and (ISE) AMSTERDAM, NL - January 29, 2013 - Stewart Filmscreen Corporation®, industry leader in precision projection screen technologies for the residential and commercial markets, is demonstrating their latest technologies at their ISE exhibit, located in Hall 1, booth #1-F40 at Amsterdam RAI (January 29-31, 2013). New Stewart products making their European debut include: Visionary Electrimask, Mystik!, Sabre, Director's Choice 100, Projection Ports, and CIMA.

"Stewart Filmscreen is proud to be a founding exhibitor of ISE, witnessing its growth and popularity over the last 10 years. Our team is excited to show international integrators and partners the innovation and versatility of the current Stewart lineup," said Grant Stewart, President, Stewart Filmscreen. "This year we are presenting high-quality screen solutions for multi-functional entertainment, home theater, simulation and visualization, and digital signage environments, providing our dealers with expanded opportunities for Stewart products."

Stewart Filmscreen's new Visionary ElectriMask extends the capabilities of Stewart's popular Visionary Electriscreen (VE) screen by incorporating masking panels to provide multiple aspect ratios. An important feature of the Visionary ElectriMask is the screen housing can be installed during rough framing. The screen fabric and masking can be retained at the factory, protected at the jobsite, and installed after dust-generating construction, making the installation of the Visionary ElectriMask ideal.

Mystik! is a self-adhesive projection material designed for use in digital signage applications. Mystik! is ideal as a storefront application, as well as in other retail, personal and public venues when a 2-piece projection solution is desired. It can also be applied to any window or glass door to transform the surface into a transparent projection screen, enabling privacy while also creating a fun entertainment space.

Also on display is Sabre, featuring a stylish 1/4" beveled frame, which creates a sleek, edgeless appearance. Sabre comes standard in most popular architectural finishes, with custom finishes and color matching available upon request. An optional inlaid Velux bar ensures that projected images are vibrant and have a clearly defined border, while still satisfying a minimalist design aesthetic.

The award-winning Director's Choice 100 is the ultimate marriage of performance and flexibility for masking screen systems. The new DC-100 features an enhancement to Directors Choice and Directors Choice 2.0 systems up to 14' wide (image width). DC-100 sports a 10" frame profile all around and 10" of depth. As an added feature, the horizontal masking on the new DC100 fully closes, protecting the screen from dust when not in use.

Made with a special optical glass, Stewart Projection Ports allow exceptional light and color transmission, isolating projector noise without affecting contrast or image fidelity. It uses the highest quality materials to minimize lighting backscatter, while delivering the best quality light output from the projector. Handmade with exceptional Stewart materials and available in custom sizes, it is available in single or double pane glass versions.

With CIMA, Stewart provides screen solutions that have been designed to deliver exceptional performance under a wide range of viewing conditions and at a competitive price. This allows more customers including home theater enthusiasts to experience the quality and performance of a Stewart. The line offers basic screen configurations in both white and gray screen material depending on the environment. ?The NEVE white screen material is ideally suited for applications where lighting control is available, while the TIBURON gray screen material is optimized for applications with less lighting control.

About Stewart Filmscreen
Stewart Filmscreen is recognized as the 'benchmark' manufacturer of projection screens worldwide. The qualities that make Stewart Filmscreen products the pinnacle of optimal function and value are guaranteed by extreme attention to detail throughout all of the activities of the company. In order to satisfy customers and integrators worldwide, Stewart listens carefully, innovates thoughtfully and executes flawlessly, meeting or exceeding all customer expectations. Founded in 1947, Stewart Filmscreen has grown from a small business to an international corporation. Stewart is headquartered in Torrance California, and has an additional manufacturing facility in Cincinnati, Ohio. Satellite sales and manufacturing operations are maintained in Singapore and in Denmark. More information on Stewart Filmscreen Corporation is available

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