Projection technology is undergoing ground-breaking and continuous development of presentation software and affordable hardware, now many businesses are incorporating projected images and video into the workplace. For those who have been using projection for years, now have an opportunity to improve their presentations with the new technology. Costs have come down considerably, and now there are projectors and lenses available to meet every budget, but you must have the right screen surface to get all the colour, brightness and the correct clarity from your projector.
Front vs. Rear Projection
Some experts say that rear projection images will appear brighter due to a projection room always being dark, allowing for the projected image to transmit a higher-contrast image. Getting the benefits of a large display without worrying about a shadow when a presenter steps in front of the screen. There are drawbacks, however, to rear projection including higher equipment and installation costs due to the space required for the screening. Benq are at the forefront of the latest technology.
Front projection is generally considered the most versatile, efficient and cost-effective choice. There are value incentives to front projection, for example, engaging environment that can be created by using a transparent screen, and locating speakers behind the screen can also offer a clean look and give significant space savings. Disadvantages of front projection include the complications of where to locate the projector and difficulties maximising brightness in ambient light.
The material your screen is made of should match your projector's performance. When a projector is producing enough lumens to create a vibrant image on the screen, the popular matte white screen generally delivers the better picture at the best price. However, your installation could benefit from different screen colours and coatings if lighting conditions are not right.