Draper will be showing off several new viewing surfaces certified by the Imaging Science Foundation for excellent color reproduction and fidelity during CEDIA EXPO 2014 in Denver.
Among the ISF-certified surfaces on display will be Draper’s TecVision Engineered Screen Technology. Available in six exclusive formulations for now, TecVision features white surfaces with gains ranging from 1.0 to 1.9 over remarkably wide viewing cones, and grey surfaces with excellent performance under higher room light levels. TecVision is 4K ready, and five of the new surfaces are ISF-certified.
TecVision offers a departure from typical screen production, according to Bob Mathes, AV/video sales and marketing manager for Draper.
“Utilizing technologically advanced manufacturing methods, proprietary scientific formulations, and establishing the highest quality standard, we are prepared to meet the rigorous demands of today’s projectors and the environments in which screens are and will be used,” Mathes said. “Rather than using mass-production methods in order to minimize costs, TecVision screens are individually formulated and programmed, and manufactured with multiple checks for quality, consistency, and uniformity from start to finish.”
Other ISF-certified viewing surfaces on display at CEDIA includes High Performance XS850E, an ambient light rejecting optical screen surface incorporating multilayer film technology to provide precise resolution, high contrast in all conditions, and a vivid color palette. High Performance XS850E gives the same bright image in the dark or with ambient light, but what makes the surface really special is its super-wide viewing cone, which means you see the same great image off axis.
To learn more about Draper’s ISF-certified viewing surfaces, stop by booth 3014 at CEDIA EXPO 2014, September 10-13 in Denver, CO.