Projector Paint vs. Projector Screens: Making the Right Choice
In today’s post we have provided a comparison of traditional projector screens with Smart Projector Paint in terms of sizing, application, appearance and cost, to allow you to make an educated decision when creating your projector surface.
A Projector Screen: The largest projector screen currently available is 525 cm in height and 700 cm in width.
Smart Projector Paint: The paint can cover a wall of any size. This means that the options for your projection surface are unlimited.
Projection Screens: It is often necessary to hire a professional to install your screen, as the mounting process involves several steps and can be difficult and time consuming for people who have never tried it before.
Smart Projector Paint: This paint can be applied by anyone. All you have to do is apply two coats of the paint to a primed surface and then wait for it to dry. Not only is this an easier solution, but it is also more cost-effective.
Projector Screens: Can be bulky and unsightly and are usually surrounded by heavy border frames and metal mounts. Although there are some retractable screens available, these are generally expensive to install and usually involve drilling within your ceiling.
Smart Projector Paint: Allows you to transform any smooth paintable surface into a high-performance projector screen. It does not involve any drilling and is indistinguishable when not in use as it looks just like a standard white wall paint, meaning it will not detract from the aesthetic of the room.
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