Elite Screens StarBright

Elite Screens announced its StarBright ultra-high 15-gain material in a wide range of its best-selling projector screens. Using an advanced high-contrast filter surface coating
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Elite Screens StarBright

Oct 1, 2008 12:00 PM

Elite Screens announced its StarBright ultra-high 15-gain material in a wide range of its best-selling projector screens. Using an advanced high-contrast filter surface coating, StarBright absorbs ambient light while boosting black levels. StarBright material is created using cutting-edge technology. It starts with the advanced layer made of a highly reflective material that is evenly micro-textured to create a 15-gain from projected light. This layer works with the outermost protective layer of material, the high-contrast filter. This combination reduces ambient light, boosts black levels, and eliminates hot spots to produce an even, diffused spread of light for a consistently bright image across the whole screen. Read on in The Briefing Room

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