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Screen Innovations (SI) FlexGlass Rear Projection Screen Material
The primary market for its new and convenient FlexGlass screen material is the commercial video industry.

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SI says its FlexGlass offers rear-projection systems with a flexible screen solution that produces a wide viewing angle and good image contrast.
February 25, 2013 | by CI Staff

Screen Innovations (SI) is an Austin, Texas-based manufacturer of video screen products that’s developed a following of dealers that use its room friendly Black Diamond series of screen material products.

The Skinny: Recently the company announcedit has started to ship a product that primarily addresses commercial, rear-projection applications when it introduced its FlexGlass screen material.

The Specs: SI says it engineered the FlexGlass material to resolve size, space and shipping costs concerns that dealers face on a regular basis. The product is designed to eliminate these concerns without sacrificing image quality. SI explains it designed the material to perform like a standard optical panel with the additional benefit of custom and curve options. The company says the material doesn’t hotspot and it can be employed with a near-infinite amount of viewing angles in mind. In addition to its wide viewing angle capabilities, SI points out the screen material also maintains high contrast levels and it can be rolled on a two-foot core to reduce freight costs and other handling issues.

Solutions: SI says the FlexGlass screen material can be used for applications such as multi-projector edge blending and short-throw projector systems in the fields of digital signage, retail, houses of worship, hospitality, corporate, event centers and residential video installations.

To learn more about FlexGlass from Screen Innovations watch this video.

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