Projection in day light? Impossible!

August 15, 2014 3:03 pm Published by

It is a pretty well known fact that projection screens and daylight to not get along well. Natural light washes out the screen  making the image very difficult to see, like shining a torch during the day. But what do you do then when your client has chosen a magnificent venue with skylights or large windows and the “natural day light” has been promoted as a feature for choosing the venue? If you have a sizable audience a high brightness LCD screen can range in price from £1000 -£5 000 each per day, a hefty price for some Power Point slides. The second option is a large LED screen which has also been known to blow budgets for mid sized events. So you are left with a projection option which can be an excellent, cost -effective solution when the right measures are taken to ensure the quality of the image. For the Team Awards given by the Mayor of London at the City Hall, we had the most beautiful sunny day in the Chamber. Well prepared, the set we had designed catered for a rear projection screen and our full HD powerful projector (with short-throw lens)which needed a 3m throw...