With good digital front video projectors
getting more and more affordable, the idea of large-scale home theater
has become more and more affordable to mainstream consumers. With lower prices comes the desire to avoid investing in an actual video screen. Some people have tried options like painting a large sheet of drywall a very bright white. Others have tried beaming a video signal onto a sheet. Both of these options are pretty desperate and will elicit lame results. However, for $229, you can buy a fully-loaded Goo Systems
paint-on screen kit. This system includes paint, with color determined by the type of projector you have. It comes with tools to help you evenly paint the screen on, as well as possibly even create masking, determine screen size and beyond.Additional Resources
• Read more reviews of projector screens
• Discuss Goo Systems screen products in the Goo Screen Thread
• For value-oriented systems or rooms where installing a pull-down screen is just not feasible, Goo Systems paint-on screens are surprisingly good and ultra-affordable.
• Goo Systems is perfect for outdoor installations. You can take the sheet of drywall idea and paint it with Goo Systems with pretty good results.
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