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Dallas, Texas, November 9, 2006, Stewart Filmscreen Corporation® (Booth 350)‚ the industry leader in precision projection screen technology, is proud to introduce StarGlas® (patent-pending), a precision engineered rear-projection screen that opens up the house of worship market by offering a very bright screen that really shines in church environments. The screen will be on display at WFX, November 9-10, 2006, booth 233.
Recent trends show that more and more churches are using rear projection screens to provide a big picture and to compete with their sanctuary's ambient light conditions. StarGlas, the world's first rear-projection screen provides both a big picture and a bright image, but offers much more.
Precision Projection Technology
The StarGlas screen layer has several distinctive optical properties that dramatically boost the amount of forward light transmission and light scattering from the screen, enhancing brightness and image quality, while reducing unwanted backscatter. This makes the image uniform and eliminates visible hot-spotting‚ from the projector. The combination of the screen layer and the glass substrate create extraordinary image contrast. Add to this an anti-reflective (AR) coating to reduce unwanted reflections, and the image quality is absolutely stunning, even in churches with big windows and lots of ambient light. Further, StarGlas has viewing angles that can accommodate a very large house of worship audience, whether you are sitting front-and-center or off to the side.
StarGlas is available in two basic configurations, StarGlas 60 and StarGlas 100. StarGlas 100 has a gain of 1.0 and performs superbly in situations where there is little or no ambient light, such as a house of worship that has complete lighting control. StarGlas 100 offers excellent whitefield uniformity and eliminates hotspotting from the projector.
StarGlas 60 has a 0.6 gain, and currently offers the highest contrast ratios available in a large-format screen. This black screen will allow the image to shine in churches with ambient light, offering unparalleled contrast and image brightness.
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