Screen Goo: Liquid Projection Screen

Posted: Jun 27 2005, 5:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:08pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

Screen Goo: Liquid Projection Screen
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Screen Goo is a water-based acrylic emulsion (aka paint) specifically formulated to create high quality video and film projection screens.

The secret of Screen Goo apparently lies in its specially formatted, highly reflective acrylic coating, designed specifically for the video projection industry. Screen Goo acrylic coating allows one to transform any smooth paintable surface into a high performance screen.

There are different tonalities available to ensure an excellent match for any projector and it is easily painted on by homeowners, making it ideal for home theaters as well as companies, museums, television studios.

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Goo Systems also offers a new rear projection screen coating. Any rigid, transparent surface can now be transformed into a dual-sided projection screen. A Screen Goo kit to paint a 130 inch screen costs 199.99USD.
More details (Thanks Ken Wold).

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