Elite Screens Introduces DIY Projection Screens to the World

Elite Screens is now helping people get the big picture by introducing the DIY projection screen to the world.

Online PR News – 19-May-2015 – Garden Grove – At a local conference center, Elite Screens introduced their DIY projection screen, which was the highlight of the event. The audiences were pulled into the action when they saw both how the projection screens were fitted as well as how the screen showed a beautiful projection of the movies and images.

The screens need to be assembled by the buyers themselves. “We have been getting a lot of requests for outdoor picnic screens that can be assembled by the buyers themselves at places of their choice,” said a representative of the company. “There are events and functions that call for such projectors. So, you should make the most of it,” he added. This do-it-yourself projection screen is a cost-effective and yet a professionally engineered solution to the problem of trying to project the images on a fabric. Click here for view http://www.elitescreens.com/index.php/products/outdoor-screens

While showing movies during outdoor picnics, it is important to have a projector screen that can show quality images. These are designed to have strong color neutrality and this will prevent the projected images from having green, red or blue color shifts in them, which are normally experienced only when bed-sheets are used as projector screens. The corners of this projector screen are fastened so as to stand up to the effects of the breeze. This projector screen also offers a wide viewing angle that is perfect for viewing the moving images on the screen during social events.

Each of these screens is matted professionally to enhance the movie viewing experience of those watching movies using these projector screens by enhancing the contrast. This Do-It-Yourself projection screen has a 2.2 gain rear projection material. In addition to this, there is a 2 year manufacturer’s warranty and rigging cords come with each of the screens. It comes in a 16 is to 9 aspect ratio and works toward projecting the best possible images.

For more information on the projection screens, visit http://www.elitescreens.com.