Screen Innovations celebrates 20 years at InfoComm 2023 with a focused showcase of several award-winning products. SI’s longevity in the systems integration industry begins with a demonstration of one of its oldest display solutions, which still widely used today, Black Diamond. At the other end of the evolutionary timeline is the newest member of the SI family, the aesthetically pleasing Solo 3 motorized projection screen.
SI Solo 3
Displayed prominently in InfoComm booth #1282 is SI’s newest motorized screen cassette, Solo 3. Featuring advanced technology and multiple mounting and power options, the slim, discreet footprint of Solo 3 accommodates SI’s vast array of projection screen materials, including, rear projection, ultra-short-throw, and ambient light rejection (ALR). At InfoComm, SI pairs a lithium battery-powered Solo 3 cassette with a 100-inch ultra-short-throw, ambient light rejecting screen material. This configuration is well-suited for applications where the audience needs light to view reference materials. Attendees can see how SI differentiates its Solo 3 cassette and screens through the use of several features that exude a clean modern aesthetic, enable reliable performance, streamline installation, and withstand wear and tear in the most challenging of commercial environments.
SI Black Diamond Screen
Screen Innovations celebrates 20 years as a leading manufacturer of projection screen solutions at InfoComm 2023 by highlighting the product that started it all — Black Diamond. One of the first ambient light-rejecting screen materials available, Black Diamond helped integrators broaden their scope of business by delivering uncompromised brightness, clarity, and contrast in environments where it had historically been challenging to achieve this level of performance. SI’s InfoComm demonstration will feature a Black Diamond screen paired with its ultra-modern fixed Zero Edge Pro fixed frame. Featuring a thin, sleek 0.5-inch bezel, Zero Edge Pro adds a stylish twist to this premiere ALR projection material, as well as SI’s many other projection fabrics. One of the biggest selling features of a Black Diamond screen with a Zero Edge Pro frame is cost. Integrators can offer their customers a 120-inch Black Diamond screen (including a projector) for less than today’s largest 98-inch LED display.
SI FlexGlass and Black Diamond Film
Screen Innovations provides InfoComm 2023 attendees with a video presentation of new applications and business opportunities enabled by the installation versatility and performance virtues of its rear-projection screen materials FlexGlass and Black Diamond Film. These highly customizable imaging solutions give integrators viable alternatives to traditional projection systems for particularly challenging and specialty applications. FlexGlass is lightweight, durable, and bendable, boasts a low profile of just 2-1/2 millimeters thick, and is available in sizes up to 30,785 millimeters wide by 2616 millimeters tall. These features make it well-suited for digital signage, projection blending, and projects that require a curved screen. SI’s Black Diamond Film, meanwhile, adheres like window tint to any rigid surface, making it extremely adaptable and applicable for a wide range of projects.
Due to their ultra-thin and flexible yet durable compositions, FlexGlass and Black Diamond Film can be configured and shaped in a variety of ways for complex and specialty applications. Plus, they can be rolled up for shipping and delivery to the job site, minimizing the cost and labor typically incurred when shipping and handling a standard rigid rear-projection screen.
SI Nano 2
Screen Innovations continues to push design and technological boundaries with a new and improved Nano 2. This motorized window shade solution helps integrators better control light in a room by minimizing screen glare caused by sunlight, making it a great add-on sale for projection environments that need a way to better manage natural light.
A feature especially helpful to integrators is Nano 2’s removable front cover, which provides easy access to the motor, technology, and fabric inside the cassette. Leveling adjustments, maintenance, and fabric swaps during a remodel can be handled effortlessly, as well, without detaching the cassette from the window. Other refinements enable smoother, quieter raising and lowering of the shade and quicker programming and integration with other 485-controlled devices.
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