Ambient Light Rejection and Acoustic Dampening and important elements for any projection room or studio.
A quality projection screen will reject ambient light and bounce most of the light from the projector back to the viewer. Did you know that your wall and ceiling should do the same? The light that scatters off the screen bounces onto the adjacent walls and ceiling creating a halo around your screen. This halo causes what's known as "washout" on your projection screen. The light around your screen reduces perceived image contrast and leads to eye fatigue as you squint or by excessive pupil constriction.
The image above is an example of projected light coming off the projection screen and bouncing onto the wall and ceiling. Those surfaces are creating more ambient light and thus reducing contrast.
Studio Color Correction
Professional editing has always about achieving a baseline and creating an effect.
Ambient light off walls and ceilings will carry the hue or color of those walls. This hue can in turn, tint the projected image on the projection screen. Color shift, as it is called, directly affects your projectors percieved color reproduction.
Control Contrast and Ambient light to make your images pop and allow your eyes to soak up the details.
We use a specialized filler to "fluff" the coating. This process not only greatly expands the coating with micro pockets but enhances light absorption. This coating unlike anything out there. Wall and Ceiling can be roller or sprayed on silky smooth. It's designed specifically to stop light from bouncing off of wall and ceilings making your projector screen sharper, brighter and with greater pop and contrast.