The perfect choice for edge blending and multi-image applications
A rear projection screen that meets today's demanding requirements
Complex projection systems combining advanced blending technology and short throw distance ratio lenses require a similarly advanced screen technology. The range of AeroGlas rigid and flexible rear projection surfaces are perfectly suited to this type of application.
AeroGlas is a glass rear projection screen material formulated to provide excellent white field uniformity. AeroGlas performs well in environments where ambient light can be controlled and is appropriate for wider viewing angles. It’s the perfect choice for applications where edge-blending is required. AeroGlas is also an excellent choice for extremely short focal length projection light paths.
- Perfect for use in edge-blending and multi-image applications
- High level of soundproofing between the projector and the audience area
- Identical gain and colour matching for multiple screen applications
- Works with short focal length projection lenses
Excellent white field uniformity
AeroGlas provides white field uniformity which is at the “Excellent” end of the performance scale, along with the ability to use short focal length projection light paths to achieve the maximum space saving footprint.
Wide viewing angles are achieved using AeroGlas technology and its performance is enhanced where ambient light conditions are controllable.
|AeroGlas 70||AeroGlas 100|
|Material Type||Glass Rigid Rear Screen||Glass Rigid Rear Screen|
|Half Gain||78+ degrees||60+ degrees|
|Minimum Throw Distance||0.72 x image width||1.0 x image width|
|Ambient Light Front Reflectance Value||35% per foot candle||29% per foot candle|
|Ambient Light Resistance||Controlled lighting is required||Controlled lighting is recommended|
|Edge Blending Properties||Excellent||Good|
|Lay Flat Quality||Excellent||Excellent|
|Size Limitations||10.83' x 35.6'||10.83' x 35.6'|
|Material Thickness||1/2" *||1/2" *|
|Screen Models||Rigid frames and multi-masking systems||Rigid frames and multi-masking systems|
* Once the length exceeds 30' the material thickness increases to 3/4".
Stewart Filmscreen has created the "4k+" symbol to represent a screen as being “4k (and more) ready”. Stewart screens have been used in in applications dealing in line pair resolution well in advance of 4k.
All current Stewart Filmscreens are capable of handling this resolution. However, not all screens are optimal for applications for which you would consider a 4k projector.