Austin, TX — April 16, 2018 — Leading the charge on Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) screens, Screen Innovations has announced new ultra-large maximum sizes for its proprietary technology – the same one used by NASA on the International Space Station. Now maxing out at 15.8 feet high x 300 feet wide, this new large ambient light screen technology, paired with the latest laser projector technology, is now a viable alternative to complex, cumbersome, and expensive light-wall systems.

“Lots of large venues and worship facilities need a large display. The problem is, they always have lights on, or large windows with ambient light, so a white or gray screen is out of the question” Said Skyler Meek, Director of Marketing at SI. “Most of them, however, can’t afford the massive cost of doing a light-wall style system. We thought that our customers and consumers deserved a product that would give them those kinds of results, but within a reasonable budget.”

SI invites you to visit their booth at #C1414 to explore the future in ALR technologies.

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