ProFilm TRANSPARENT is an invisible projection film, with more than 93% of transparency. Invisible, but however a powerfull screen ! ProFilm TRANSPARENT is focused on holographic effect, peppers ghost installations, and any other specific uses of videoprojection. As the black color does not exist in VP, it appears transparent on ProFilm TRANSPARENT.
As part of the projected light crosses through the screen, ProFilm TRANSPARENT projection film requires an off-axis installation of the projector.
It is a 100% rear-projection film screen, for controlled light areas.

- Indoor installations
- Holographic effect
- Suitable for touchscreens and through-glass interactive solutions

- Museums and exhibitions, trade shows
- Events, indoor advertising and shows
- Entertainment

Technical datasheet (pdf): click here

- large screens, big brightness, low cost by m2
Using videoprojection (VP) allows to make screens from 40'' to 250'' and up, controlling the brightness through the projector's lumens. ProFilm is lighter to install than a videowall, and cheaper than LED screens.

- high optical quality
All of our ProFilm are developped for videoprojection purposes, and optimized for almost all necessities of VP installations. We only sell tested and rated products made from the best components. Our technology offers the best brightness, hi-res crispy pictures and high impact results. Try a sample, you will see the difference between ProFilm and a basic white fabric !

- easy to install and to use proposes self-adhesive foils, that can be stuck as any other decorative vinyls on glass or acrylic. With some water, a little squeegee and after reading carefully our instructions, you will be ready !

Our ProFilms are PET based multilayers films for optical uses.

There are two main technologies for rear projection films and screens: optical and diffusion. Optical technology claim that using orientating light system permits the elimination of non projector-emitted light, to create a better picture. Typically, it creates a high peak gain, but also a narrow vision angle, and with installation precise specifications that make mounts "not that easy"... It is also generally an expensive technology.
We choose to work with the diffusion technology: light is scattered on the superficy of the screen, creating a bright regular picture. The peak gain is good, the angle is wider, and the "hot spot" effect is generally lower. The installation is easier, as projectors can be mounted on- or off-axis without any problem.

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