So, how do you know what is right for your building and space? Typically, screen position is decided based on the aesthetics desired for the room. But sometimes the building is more complicated and needs a little more thought process than simply the desired look. This is where Lambda can help! We can take the measurements of a room and build an 3D design to show us exact sight lines. With this information we can determine the exact placement of screens for best viewing.
Without building a special 3D cad design, there are already some industry standards and rules to consider. Perhaps you even have a portable screen for one of your rooms, some of these rules could help you determine where to place your screen.
There are a lot of elements to consider when looking to add or upgrade a screen. You may hope you can get away with a smaller one to save money, but you may be running the risk of part of your audience not being able to see properly. Perhaps you need two or three screens to really cover all the angles. It can be a lot to consider. If you’re looking to upgrade your screens or maybe improve viewing for part of your audience, give us a call! We’d love to do a walk through with you and come up with a solution for your viewing problems. If your still unsure, you can read back on a project where we fixed just such a problem for a local business. It ended up being a simple cost-effective fix with incredible results!
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