jonast at evl.uic.edu
Thu Oct 26 10:40:41 CDT 2000
My experience is that it's a good idea to sketch out your projector
placement first. The image aspect is 4:3 so for a 3x1 image, that's 12:3.
If your wall is 10' wide that allows for a display height of about 2.5'.
Check your projector specs for the corresponding distance from the screen
for the desired image size. The zoom capability of the lens gives you a
range within you can place your projectors. I recommend ceiling mounts for
a permanent installation but in any case you need to work around any
mounting interference from lights, pipes, beams etc.
At 06:33 PM 10/25/00 , Don Morton wrote:
>You all bring up good points, so I'll abandon the thought of 3 small
>bargain-basement screens. I've considered the wallpaper route myself.
>Does anybody know just how wide this wallpaper is? Has anybody had
>any problems with it not erasing completely after being used as
>With our small room, our projection surface will be roughly 10',
>and I anticipate projector images of roughly 3.3' x 3.3'. So,
>hopefully two strips of the wallpaper would do the job. Still
>haven't made a firm decision on wallpaper though. Other possibility
>is to just buy a 10' wide screen that pulls down over an existing
> Don Morton http://www.cs.umt.edu/u/morton/
> Department of Computer Science The University of Montana
> Missoula, MT 59812 | Voice (406) 243-4975 | Fax (406) 243-5139
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