We’ve recently talked about short-throw projectors which also allow interactivity, as a great solution for small meeting/huddle rooms where space is at a premium. They enable the screen area to be used not just to display content but also to interact with it and makes for more impactful presentations.
But by selecting the right screen, we can further add to the functionality of this prominent part of the room, and make it a more versatile writing surface for use with dry-erase markers.
Da-lite’s new IDEA screens are available in larger sizes up to 60” heights, are erasable and display a clear, vibrant image. They offer features like durability, surface uniformity and rigidity to ensure a superior interactive experience.
The erasable surface is hotspot-free under projection, and now comes with new standard features – all IDEA Screens are magnetic and have a thin frame. It can be used with an ultra-short throw projector as an interactive screen or as a whiteboard with dry-erase markers.
Some key features that these projectors offer are:
Projection-quality surface can be written on with dry-erase markers
Offers a gain of 2.5, along with a 25-degree viewing angle
Thin bezel frame designed to for the most demanding ultra-short throw projectors
Stream-lined aesthetic frame and wall brackets for easy installation
24″ tray for storing markers, erasers and interactive tools (full size tray available)
For more details on Da-Lite IDEA screens, visit this page.
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