World’s biggest Ambient Light Rejecting screen for UST projectors

At ISE 2020 (booth 1-E85), dnp denmark presented a special version of their Supernova Infinity Screen that offers endless size possibilities with the more and more commonly used ultra-short throw lenses.

ALR is the key to bright rooms
Ultra-Short Throw (UST) projectors are gaining ground because they can be used in all types of rooms with the projector placed close to the back wall eliminating the problem of shadows on the screen. Due to their relatively low brightness UST projectors require an Ambient Light Rejection (ALR) screen when used in a brightly lit meeting or class rooms. Until now, the maximum size of ALR screens for UST projectors was 120”. With its unlimited size dnp Supernova Infinity UST paves the way for completely new applications.

The ceiling is the limit
The dnp Supernova Infinity UST is a modular screen system that creates screen images of incredible size and provides a zero physical seam viewing experience. Multiple projectors can be used to create bigger images without visible overlap.
“With this innovation, we make it possible to use UST projection in large venues with high ambient light levels such as auditoriums, shopping malls, airports and convention centers”, says Soeren Kraemmergaard, VP, Global Sales and Marketing at dnp denmark. “Paired with a UST projector the dnp Supernova Infinity UST will provide a cost-effective alternative to LED solutions that is very easy to access and service”.

No annoying bezels
dnp Supernova Infinity UST displays are made up of tiled panels (up to 1.5m [60”] in height) and offer seamless viewing experiences with only 0.3mm [1/85”] joint lines. The display is optimized for UST projectors and support FHD, 4K and 8K resolution. It is available as a frameless solution or mounted with a 50mm black velvet frame.

To arrange a personal tour at ISE at booth 1-E85 or get more information please contact Marketing Manager, Jonas Nilsson at +45 4166 0866 or at jn@dnp.dk
 

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