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Projection Screen Perforation Explained

There are many types of perforation options for a projection screen. When the audience is seated closer to the screen it is best to choose a micro or mini perforation pattern to make sure the audience does not see the holes. As the audience is seated further away, larger hole patterns can be used without […]

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Strong/MDI Expands its Motorized Screen Line with Two New Products

The Poliview Tab-Tension Series and the Strongview Vista Feature Premium Tensioning Systems for Outstanding Image Quality Strong/MDI announced the newest additions to its motorized screen line: the Poliview Tab-Tensioned Screen and the large Strongview Vista Screen scalable up to 55 feet in image width.  The Poliview Tab-Tension features a reinforced tensioning system for venues requiring […]

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Choosing a Custom Projection Screen

Choosing the right projection screen for your venue or event may seem straightforward at first. While the screen represents a small portion of the total budget devoted to most commercial audio visual projects, choosing the right projection surface is paramount in attaining your desired visuals. In addition, specialty screens are often an integral part of […]

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Screen Solutions for Your Themed Entertainment Needs

How Strong/MDI’s Screen Solutions Can Meet Your Themed Entertainment Needs While projector screens are synonymous with cinemas, they’re also widely used in themed entertainment projects like amusement park rides and interactive viewing experiences. Made-to-order systems offer endless possibilities, so you can quickly transform a small inkling of an idea into a full-blown, tangible project with […]

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Strong/MDI Circular Domino Frame and Studioview Screen featured at MMFA

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts needed a solution to project Chagall’s work of art on the Opera of Paris ceiling as part of the exhibit Chagall: color and music. After considering ambient light, the nature of the content being projected and knowing that projection was to be done on both sides of the surface, the […]

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