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Holographic Rear Projection Screen

Clearview is a transparent rear projection screen which provides a low cost alternative to holographic screens, with superior performance, definition and no critical angle of projection. This amazing technology still allows visibility through the screen – displaying bright, sharp and vibrant images even in brightly-lit environments. Ideal for window applications, POS displays, exhibitions and advertising.

This unique transparent diffusion screen is ideal for any number of display applications; providing the ability to see through into the space behind the screen.

See our Clearview screens being used on the Channel 4 Gameshow, Grand Slam.

Clearview Rear Projection Film

Clearview Film can be applied directly to glass or acrylic, available in standard screen sizes, by the metre off the roll (1524mm wide) or in wholesale roll format (10m and 30m rolls available).


Standard Features

· Hand cast rear projection screen
· Transmission – 97%
· Peak Gain – 7.9
· Horizontal half gain value (off axis) – +/-22°
· Vertical half gain value (off axis) – +/-22°
· Thickness – 3mm (0.12”)
· Viewing cone – 160°
· Colour – transparent (grey tint)

Standard Screen Sizes

4:3 Aspect Ratio – 30”, 40”, 50”, 60”, 67”, 84”, 100”, 120”, 134”
16:9 Aspect Ratio – 30”, 40”, 60”, 67”, 80”, 92”, 120”, 138”

Custom sizes and full sheets (3050 x 2030mm) – available upon request.

For exact screen dimensions please see Diffusion Screen Sizing Guide.
New Large Format 8mm Clearview
Our new large format 8mm Clearview rear projection screen is now available in sizes up to 4 x 3 metre’s (200″).

Installation

Pro Display offer a complete range of fixing systems which includes wire cable and rod suspension systems, aluminum frames and portable screen stands. Please see our Fixing Diffusion Screens installation guide.

For further information please see our Projection Screen Accessories.

To add sound to your screen solution please take a look at our Soundpod audio transducers.

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