Screen Innovations has announced that the technologically advanced CarbonBlack screen material for large-venue projection is now available. CarbonBlack screen fabric used in the company’s Hybrid Pro Screens is a large-format imaging solution that delivers the superior contrast, color accuracy, and sharpness of LED displays with the imaging flexibility (ultra-short-throw, standard-throw, edge blending) of projection screens and installation versatility of motorized assemblies.
- With CarbonBlack, 95 percent contrast is preserved in brightly lit environments, preserving the black levels
- Edge Blend – CarbonBlack is capable to seamlessly combine multiple projectors and create immersive and large-scale displays
- Works with all Projection Lens Options — Ultra-short Throw, projected from above or below, Standard Throw, Native 4K and Laser
- 160-Degree Viewing Cone, Vertically and Horizontally — Everyone is in the sweet spot! Offset Projectors, Ultra Short Throw, and Standard Throw. No edge drops
- CarbonBlack fabric materials are easy to transport and install as it is foldable and portable, 10x less load-in/out, time, energy, and transport
- CarbonBlack is available in an Acoustically Transparent option. It also carries the same ambient light rejecting qualities as its non-acoustic variation
CarbonBlack harnesses the power and resolution of 4K laser projectors to offer dealers a value proposition for projects that require exceptional performance and design flexibility for large, immersive viewing experiences. Created initially for large entertainment venues where visual immersion of the audience is imperative, CarbonBlack boasts a native 16- x 99-foot footprint, rolls up for easy transportation and handling, can be cut in any shape or size, and can be mounted via SI’s wide range of screen assemblies.
CarbonBlack Case Study – Adele (excerpt from the full use case story)
One and Only: If there was one word to describe Weekends with Adele from a production standpoint, it would be “purposeful.” Having spoken to the various departments involved, the focus on creating a show that the singer was not only comfortable to perform in but also was very much “her show,” was clear.
Read the full story: https://www.screeninnovations.com/blog/case-studies/adele-carbonblack/.