Outdoor Display Screen

Rear Or Front Projection For An Outdoor Display Screen

 

One of the choices that you need to make when choosing an outdoor display screen is between rear and front projection technology. The light requirement for your outdoor display screen is the most important factor in making this choice. Whether you need to use the outdoor display screen during day light hours or at night, there are external light influences that can affect the quality of your display images. When choosing your outdoor display screens, make sure that they have non-reflective surfaces to assist in eliminating some of the influences these external light sources can have on your images.

A front projection outdoor display screen will be affected most by the amount of light in the area where you wish the screens to be placed. This is due to the fact that a light image is projected onto a screen making front projection more suitable to darkened areas or for use indoors. Rear projection technology presents images to an outdoor display screen through the medium of the screen rather than onto the screen. There are many advantages to using rear projection outdoor display screens.

You will achieve a higher level of brightness and contrast with a rear projection screen allowing you to present more vivid images. No shadows or light reflections will affect the quality of the image that is being shown on the outdoor display screen. The projectors are placed behind the screen meaning that you won’t have any problems with the placement of the projection equipment. Rear projection equipment is often much quieter than front projection technology providing you with the benefit that any presenters or other audio you require can be clearly heard by your audience.

To find out more about the factors you need to take into account when choosing between rear and front projection technology for your outdoor display screen, please contact us.