Ever since projectors became mainstream in the home and office, people have been content to use a white wall or other flat surface to project on. However, when you boil it all down, nothing really captures the essence of your projector like an actual projector screen. There’s just something about the projector/projector screen combo that brings it all together.
A projector screen could make your next business presentation look more professional and cleaner or could give you something
to finally impress your snooty relatives at the next family reunion. The bad thing is that projectors themselves are expensive and the screens that go along with them can hike up the price even more.
So, renting a projector screen is a quick and easy way to get what you want without having to take out a second mortgage on your house to do it. The best thing about renting a projector screen is that you can get as specific as you need to. You can determine the size, type, shape and even aspect ratio of your projector screen and have it delivered directly to your home or office anywhere in the country.
But, before you run off and click on the first projector screen rental that you find, there are a few things you should take into consideration. I mean, you wouldn’t buy a brand new car or house without knowing all the details ahead of time, would you?
The first thing to know is the height of the ceiling in the room that you will use your projector screen in. Major problems can arise if your projector screen is too tall to fit in the room or too small to make any kind of impression or impact on your audience. Make sure you measure the distance from the floor to the ceiling ahead of time and you shouldn’t have any problems.
The next thing to consider is the distance your screen will be from your audience. This is fairly simple to determine. All you have to do is measure how far away the furthest people will be from where your projector screen will be. Allowing the people who are the furthest away from the screen to see just as well as those closest could be a game changer.
The final thing you will want to know is the native resolution of your projector. Just like TVs, projectors have different aspect ratios, resolutions, etc… Knowing this is vital in picking the right projector screen. By knowing your projector’s native resolution, you can pick a screen with the right aspect ratio and one that will really show off what your projector can do.
Renting a projector screen is easy and there isn’t a lot that you have to do either. After you decide what screen you want, where you want it, and how long you want it for, your work is done. Your Tech Travel Agent will then take care of logistics, sending out a professional technician to deliver, install and test your screen to make sure everything is working as it should.
Why not spice up your next family reunion or really impress your boss or colleagues by using a projector screen instead of that boring old wall? Trust me, once you see how good your image will look on a professional screen, you won’t want to use anything else ever again.