Monday, 01 December 2008
Introduction When discussing front-projection video, many of us focus solely on the projection aspect of the equation and with good reason. If your projector is sub-par, the surface you point it at doesn’t much matter. This said, with a few exceptions, the projector market seems to have hit a plateau, with nearly every manufacturer offering a 1080p-capable device at increasingly lower prices to consumers. This year’s CEDIA show in Denver proved this more forcefully than ever in recent memory, with top-flight manufacturers claiming 1080p to be the final frontier. 2k and 4k resolutions are coming, but for those looking to the next level of performance from your video system, I suggest we take a look at video screens. When it comes to screens, no one does it better than Stewart Filmscreen. Stewart screens are used in more professional ...