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Stewart Filmscreen Debuts the Edgeless, 4K Compatible LuminEsse at ISE

The LuminEsse front-projection screen from Stewart features optional LED backlighting and a ‘floating image’ experience.

CI Staff

Stewart Filmscreen‘s brand new LuminEsse screen made its international debut at Integrated Systems Europe 2015, which took place in Amsterdam earlier in February.

With an elegant 3/8-inch thin bezel, LuminEsse fits modern expectations for more screen size and less visible framing. The screen provides a sleek appearance, even when not being viewed, in residential or commercial environments.

The LuminEsse front-projection wall screen features optional LED backlighting, which Stewart says acts as bias lighting to relax the iris of the eye to minimize viewer fatigue when watching movies and/or TV over long periods of time.

LuminEsse is compatible with any of Stewart’s 4K+ front-projection screen materials.

“It’s no secret that clients are more demanding than ever when it comes to having a great-looking screen whether the screen in in use or not,” says Grant Stewart, President and CEO of Stewart Filmscreen. “This means a ‘floating image’ experience when in use and an ‘edgeless’ art piece effect when not.”

“Now, the technology professional can offer his or her clients just that, but with far more flexibility when it comes to specifying the right gain for the particular application plus the impeccable and impressive image quality that is synonymous with Stewart,” he continues.

The screen was shown for the first time at ISE 2015, and included in CI‘s gallery of nine products changing the scope of video at the show. (View the gallery here.)

“LuminEsse is demonstrative of the new Stewart Filmscreen,” says Stewart. “We are responding to the needs of technology professionals working on the front lines of the AV industry.”

The LuminEsse rigid front projection screen system utilizes Stewart’s wall mount system, making screen installation quick, easy and inexpensive. The screen is available in sizes up to 120-inches (diagonal) in HD formats and in sizes up to 128-inches (diagonal) in Cinemascope configurations.

More ISE 2015 coverage here.

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