Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint

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Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint from Smarter Surfaces has been developed to enhance your home theater or gaming experience.

This home cinema projector screen paint absorbs a high amount of ambient light, to create a deeper black levels for higher contrast. It is designed for optimal performance in low ambient lighting.

  • Designed for home theaters and gaming setups where higher contrast levels are desired
  • Very high contrast levels, color enhancement and black levels
  • 5 year product guarantee
  • Developed, designed and tested for use with leading manufacturers such as Epson, BenQ, Sony, Panasonic, LG and Optoma Projectors
  • Eliminates hotspots
  • Easy to apply four coat system (two base and two top coats) with simple application steps
  • Ready to use after just 24 hours
  • Wipeable – Damp cloth with water – no detergent
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Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint - Product Benefits

Enhanced Home Theatre and Gaming

Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint creates deeper black levels and higher contrast, elevating your home theater or gaming experience.

Optimal Performance in Low Ambient Lighting

The paint's formula rejects ambient light, ensuring optimal performance in low lighting conditions. Works best with projectors rated above 2,000 lumens to ensure vibrant colors.

Superior Contrast and Depth

With advanced layering technology, it delivers superior contrast and visual depth compared to standard screens, enhancing black levels for a more vivid image.

Maximum Projection Performance

Designed and tested for maximum performance with UST, HD and 4K projectors, eliminating hotspotting and maintaining image quality.

Ideal for Home Theatres and Gaming Setups

Perfect for dedicated setups, providing pixel clarity and uniform brightness in low ambient light, with a quick and easy application.

For Use With Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint

  • Projector Type: Ultra Short Throw, Short Throw, Long Throw
  • Projector Requirements: HD, 4K and 8K Projectors
  • Minimum Recommended Lumen Value: 2,000 Lumens
  • Lighting: works in most rooms with low level ambient light
  • Compatible Surfaces: can be applied to fabrics and is suitable for painting or refurbishing old screens, but not suitable for roll-up screens.

Performance

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Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint - Technical Specifications

Color: Gray
Finish: Matt
Screen Size:

  • 4.5m2 : 120”/320cm at 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • 25m2 : 301"/764.5cm at 16:9 Aspect Ratio

Weight/Volume:

  • 4.5m2 Top Coat: 1.09kg / 880ml
  • 4.5m2 Base Coat: 1.09kg / 880ml
  • 25m2 Top Coat: 6.05kg / 4.6l
  • 25m2 Base Coat: 6.05kg / 4.6l

Coverage:

  • 4.5m2 : 279 x 157 cm at 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • 25m2 : 667 x 375 cm at 16:9 Aspect Ratio

Environmental (exceeds all EU/US standards): low VOC, solvent free, PFOA & PFOS free and isocyanates free
Odor: Very Low
VOC: Less than 0.36%
Certification: Independent Projection Performance Report – CREST, Gypsum Surface Finish Quality Standard of EU Level Q4

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Kit Contents 4.5m2

  • 1 x Base paint tin
  • 1 x Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint
  • 2 x Rollers
  • 1 x Handle
  • 1 x App guide

Kit Contents 25m2

  • 1 x Base paint tin
  • 1 x Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint
  • 1 x App guide

Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint Reviews

Matt the Movie Buff - Cincinnati

For movies the results have been great, the kit itself was comprehensive including the roller which was a little small but adequate. The paint is easy to apply but the results are really noticeable. Arriving less than 24 hours after ordering a happy experience across the board.

Thompson Jarvic - Home Cinema Solutions

Repainted an old fixed frame cinema screen for us at 20% of the price of replacing it and the result is better than we could have imagined. The clarity and resolution is first rate. Highly recommended.

FAQ's

Once applied to your wall, our Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint is ready for use as a projection surface. Simply set up your projector as needed and aim towards the painted wall. Our projector paints can be used with most projectors, including interactive projectors.

They are suitable for use on plaster, wall boards, wood, metal, and concrete.

Gain refers to the screen's ability to reflect and amplify the brightness of the projected image. It is a measure of how effectively the screen reflects light back to the viewer's eyes. The gain value represents the ratio of the screen's reflective power compared to a standard reference surface, usually a matte white screen with a gain of 1.0.

The gain value indicates the amount of reflective lumens that the screen can provide. A higher gain value means that more light is reflected back, resulting in a brighter image on the screen. Conversely, a lower gain value means less light is reflected, resulting in a dimmer image.

The gain value of a screen also influences the width of the viewing angle. A screen with a higher gain will have a narrower viewing angle, meaning that viewers must be positioned more directly in front of the screen to experience the maximum brightness. On the other hand, a screen with a lower gain will have a wider viewing angle, allowing viewers to see a brighter image even if they are not directly in front of the screen.

It's important to note that the choice of gain depends on the specific viewing environment and the desired viewing experience. Factors such as ambient light, screen size, projector brightness, and audience seating arrangement all play a role in determining the optimal gain for a given situation.

Gain affects the brightness of the projected image and the quality of viewing angles. It determines how well the screen reflects light and impacts the clarity and width of the viewing angle.

No, a higher gain projector screen doesn't automatically guarantee a better image quality. While it can provide a brighter image from certain angles, it may result in diminished brightness from other perspectives. Higher gain screens typically have a smaller viewing angle.

The standard gain for a projector screen is 1.0, which ensures equal brightness from all sides and visible from multiple angles. However, the ideal gain depends on the viewer's preferences and the specific environment. Consider the pros and cons of high and low gain screens to determine the best fit for your needs.

High gain screens offer clear and visible images in bright settings, enhance visibility in dark conditions, reflect minimal light from walls and ceiling, and are effective in eliminating light from fabric screens resistant to general lighting.

High gain screens have a reduced viewing angle for viewers not in the middle, require viewers to sit directly opposite the screen for optimal brightness, may not be bright enough for larger audiences due to restrictive viewing angles, and are not ideal for outdoor viewing.

Low gain screens provide a more expansive viewing angle for larger audiences, diffuse light evenly across a wider angle for an equal viewing experience, and reduce projector brightness for indoor settings.

Low gain screens are not ideal for outdoor viewing due to reduced brightness, reject some light from the projector, and may not provide ample contrast to view all images clearly.

When it comes to creating immersive and dynamic visual experiences, blending projections is a popular technique used in various applications such as art installations, theatres, and large-scale presentations. To achieve seamless and cohesive projections, the choice of projection screen plays a crucial role. Our projection screen paint offers an ideal solution for blending multiple projections onto a single surface. With its advanced formulation, our projector paint is specifically designed to facilitate the blending process and deliver outstanding results.

Blending projections requires precise colour accuracy, uniform brightness, and excellent light diffusion to ensure a smooth transition between the projected images. Our projection screen paint was developed with all these aspects, allowing you to achieve a cohesive and immersive display.

When it comes to large scale screens, our projection screen paint eliminates the need for cumbersome and expensive physical screens, providing a more flexible and cost-effective solution for blending projections. Transform any space into an immersive canvas where multiple projections merge harmoniously, captivating your audience.

Our entire range of paints is compatible with both 2D and 3D projectors, ensuring optimal performance regardless of the projection mode. When projecting a 3D image onto our paint, it seamlessly delivers the intended effect, creating an immersive viewing experience when paired with 3D glasses.

3D projectors work by projecting two slightly different images which overlap on the screen. These images are passed through special optical filters which results in the light being polarised in a different way for each of the projections. When you view the two images through special 3D glasses, each lens blocks one of the images, meaning that your left eye sees one image and your right eye the other image.

It's therefore really important that the projection screen you use does not change the polarity of the light if you are using a 3D projector. All of our paint products are "polarity preserving" which means that the image you see will be exactly the same polarity as is intended, preserving the full 3D effect.

The Sound Absorption Coefficient (SAC) is a measure of how much sound energy is absorbed by a material when sound waves pass through it. In our testing, the SAC is being measured for a 12mm gypsum board, which is a common building material.

The SAC can vary with the frequency of the sound waves that are passing through the material. Different frequencies of sound waves have different wavelengths, and these wavelengths can interact with the material in different ways. Therefore, the SAC values provided are a range of values, as the SAC will vary depending on the frequency of the sound waves being absorbed. In our tests we recorded the following results:

Unpainted Board α = 0.04-0.07
Painted Board α = 0.04-0.07

The values provided are for an unpainted 12mm gypsum board and a painted 12mm gypsum board. The α values of 0.04-0.07 for both the unpainted and painted board indicate the range of SAC values for these materials. This means that, when sound waves pass through a 12mm gypsum board, some of the sound energy will be absorbed by the material, with the amount of absorption falling within the range of 0.04-0.07 depending on the frequency of the sound waves. However, it also indicates that each of our paints are acoustically transparent as there is no deviation from the standard board to the painted one.

You can apply Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint using a roller or a spray.

All surfaces to be painted should be clean, dry and free from loose materials. Step 1 Prepare the surface by filling and sanding the entire surface. Step 2 Measure the area you wish to paint and clearly mark it using masking tape. Step 3 Prime bare, untreated surfaces with two coats of Smart White Primer.

Step 4 Stir the projector paint thoroughly before use Step 5 Using a mohair or lint free short pile roller sleeve apply the first coat of the projection paint allow that to dry and apply the final coat. Step 6 Wait 24 hours for optimal results.

Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint is suitable for use on smooth surfaces such as plaster, wallboards, wood, metal concrete and composites. For interior use only.

We recommend applying Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint onto a previously primed or painted surface. Prime bare, untreated surfaces with two coats of Smart White Primer.

Yes Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint is completely safe to use. Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint is low VOC, solvent free, PFOA & PFOS free and isocyanates free.

Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint meets the highest environmental standards. Use the gloves supplied in the kit while applying the paint. As with any paint product we recommend wearing gloves during application.

Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint is 100% free of Isocyanates. Unlike some poorer quality products on the market we do not use isocyanates in our Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint or any of our products which is a hazardous product and should only be used by trained professionals using rigorous safety procedures.

Use the gloves supplied in the kit while applying Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint. In addition, safety glasses should be worn. As with any painting process, ensure the room is ventilated.

Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint is not flammable and is certified for fire performance making it certified for use in schools and offices. Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint has a very high flashpoint above 158 degrees fahrenheit.

Yes, it is completely safe to apply dry erase paint around adults and children as it is certified as low VOC and low odour product. Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint does not contain any isocyanates which means it is extremely safe to use around people.

In case of contact with skin, rinse skin with warm soapy water.

Clean spills and tools with water

Your surface can be wiped clean with a regular dry or slightly damp cloth.

Smart Projector Paints are suitable for use with most projectors, including interactive projectors.

Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint has a gain value of 0.32 @ 90°

Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint Installation

Smart Ultra High Contrast Projector Screen Paint is a versatile solution suitable for various surfaces, including plaster, wallboards, wood, metal, concrete, and composites. It is designed for interior use only and provides excellent results.

To begin the process, ensure that the surface to be painted is clean, dry, and free from loose materials. Measure the area you want to paint and use masking tape to mark it clearly. If the surface is bare and untreated, apply one coat of Smart White Primer before lightly sanding it.

Before applying the projector paint, stir it thoroughly. For new plasterwork, start with one coat of standard white paint or primer, then fill and sand any defects until smooth.

For the base coat, use a mohair or lint-free short pile roller sleeve to apply the first coat of paint from the base coat tin. After it dries, sand it smooth and then apply the second coat. Allow the base coats to dry fully, usually around 2-4 hours at 20° Celsius.

Ensure that the base coats are smooth and free from any surface defects. Lightly sand if needed, and then apply the first coat of the top coat using a mohair or lint-free short pile roller sleeve. Allow it to dry before proceeding with the second coat.

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