Screen Technics CinemaSnap Curved

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CinemaSnap Curved

The combination of wide images and the use of an anamorphic projector lens can often lead to pincushion distortion, this is graphical phenomenon can cause the image to look flat or pinched at the centre of the screen and the image appears higher towards the corners of the screen.

Utilising a curved screen creates the feeling of being surrounded by the image and helps eliminate the pincushion effect, a curved screen also improves the perceived image uniformity by reflecting the projected light back to the viewer include light at the edges of the screen which on a standard screen is reflected away from the viewer.

Custom built for your requirements in either 2.35:1, 2.37:1, 2.39:1 or 2.40:1 formats with a curve radius of either 9m or 12m, with completely custom options available.

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