High Contrast Screens

Visual technology has evolved dramatically over the years, especially when you take a look at the original “high definition” televisions that originated in the late 1930s. Today, high contrast screens provide viewers a visual experience unlike other, and being so effective and flexible, these screens are used in almost all kinds of situations, ranging from outdoor to theatre environments.

So what exactly does “high contrast screens” imply?  Well, to put it in layman’s terms, high contrast screens lower the light levels in actual fact. This is done in order to project an image where the darker colours are easier to see and differentiate, making even the lighter materials easier too, causing the viewer to experience a sharper colour separation. This also decreases issues such as screen doors, rainbows and blurry images. 

Keeping this in mind, if you are looking for the ultimate technology in high contrast screens¸ there really is only one range available that makes the viewing experience an unforgettable encounter, namely DNP optical screens. When you invest in a DNP optical screen you can expect enhanced contrast and brightness, image uniformity, as well as an anti-reflective coating. What sets the DNP optical screens apart from the rest is that, even though it’s a single lens projector which is known to have a very bright light but inadequate black-levels, the results are up to four times higher in contrast quality. This is because DNP combines the effectiveness of lenticular lenses’ distributive properties with Fresnel lens’ focusing abilities, which in turn enhances the brightness, and lessens the dark corners or “hot spots”, making these high contrast screens the most advanced in visual technology!

Should you require further information on high contrast screens or are in need of the ultimate visualisation solution, contact us. At Questek Advanced Technology we strive to provide our clients with revolutionary visual images.