The Slate XL projection screen material affords schools, hospitality venues, houses of worship, conference centers and other commercial environments the ability to display extremely large images while keeping the room lights on and windows exposed. Engineered with ambient-light-rejecting (ALR) technology, the Slate XL material pairs well with bright laser projectors to provide an image that never looks washed out no matter how much natural and artificial lighting exists. No longer will audience members feel sleepy while viewing content on a big projection screen. With Slate XL, a well-lit room keeps them alert and engaged, without any sacrifice in image quality. And with screen sizes measuring up to 375″ diagonally, Slate XL is suitable for very large spaces. Plus, the flexible material can be rolled up, which means it ships and handles with ease.
This post is part of Sound & Communications’ 2021 Halftime Spotlight.