The perfect choice for environments with high levels of ambient and artificial light
Rear projection for today's high resolution displays
CrystalView 70 is a rear projection screen designed to excel in environments where ambient light is difficult to control. The screen has a deep neutral grey tone when not in use. The surface hue is engineered to assist in preserving contrast in projected images. Venues such as boardrooms, training rooms, lecture halls, worship and broadcast sets, benefit greatly from the advanced feature set of this product.
CrystalView 70 offers a non glare finish positioned toward the viewer via an advanced optical coating on an engineered tinted glass substrate. The glass substrate offers excellent dimensional integrity compared to acrylic rear projection screens.
CrystalView 70 has a nominal gain performance factor of 0.7 and furnishes a 57 degree half gain value which accommodates wide seating arrangements. The screen also works beautifully with short throw projectors. Though not exclusively optimized for edge blend displays, this product can be used in that capacity within some design constraints and in conjunction with longer focal length projection light paths.
CrystalView can be produced in ¼" thickness up to 120 inches in overall width. Larger screens are fabricated as laminated Class II Safety Glass and are available in ½" thickness, in sizes up to 110" X 204".
- High contrast, high resolution, and superb black levels
- Highly desirable for spaces with uncontrolled ambient light
- Matte surface, virtually eliminates glare
- Extra-wide viewing angle
- Excellent white field uniformity with short focal length projectors
|Material Type||Glass with optional safety glass|
|Half Gain||57 degrees|
|Minimum Throw Distance||0.8 x image distance|
|Ambient Light Front Reflectance Value||10% per foot-candle|
|Ambient Light Resistance||Superior performance in environments with ambient light|
|Lay Flat Quality||Excellent|
|Size Limitations||9’2” x 17’0|
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.