Dnp Supernova Epic Screen Has Curtains Like In The Cinema

Posted: Nov 17 2007, 11:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:54am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment


dnp Supernova Epic Screen has Curtains like in the Cinema
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The Supernova Epic Screen by dnp denmark promises to bring home true movie theater experience.

The new Supernova Epic Screen provides uncompromised widescreen reproduction of movies in all aspect ratios displaying superior high-contrast images in 100% neutral color.
Maintaining a constant image height as in a movie theater, the Supernova Epic’s motorized masking system is fully adjustable from closed to 2.40:1 settings. The technology used to develop Supernova is based on an award-winning high-contrast filter that allows the projected image to be optimally reflected from the screen. Thanks to the optical Supernova qualities, the screen delivers better contrast than standard front screens. The Supernova Epic’s technologically advanced 0.8 gain material diffuses light more evenly over a wider angle of view achieving superior image quality by delivering more vivid colors and more detailed images.
The Supernova Epic is available up to 156" in standard sizes and can be delivered in custom sizes up to 156" as well.

The Consumer Electronics Association (CES) thinks this screen is worth a Innovations 2008 Design and Engineering Award honoree in the Video Displays product category at CES 2008.
The Supernova Epic Screen will be on display at the CES 2008 in January. No pricing infromation available.
See also the Supernova Epic Screen site.

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