Instantly transform any wall or window into a white board projection screen: The soft-padded dry erase whiteboard projection screen with VersaWhite 1.1 gain material is the ideal solution for short throw projectors and educational training facilities in need of both a projection screen and a writing surface.
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Q:How does the Insta-DE material attach/stick to the surface I plan to install it on? A: The Insta-DE includes a double-sided tape which can be self-applied to the backing.
Q: Can I use after-market whiteboard erasers on my Elite whiteboard projection screen? A: Elite Screens recommends purchasing the high-density whiteboard erasers from us since the dry-erase projection screen surface is unique and can only be properly erased with our erasers. Elite offers a 2pc. set of our erasers, please click here for more information.
Q: Will any after-market whiteboard cleaning solution product or whiteboard markers work on my Elite whiteboard projection screen? A: After market dry-erase markers/pens and the cleaning solution can be used on Elite's whiteboard projection screens products. We also have a starter kit available for purchase, please click HERE for more details.
Q: Is it normal to see some "hot-spotting"? A: Yes, it is normal to see slight "hot-spotting" if the viewer is outside of the viewing cone angle.
Q: What is the advantage/disadvantages over the grey surface vs traditional white? A: There are two versions of Elite’s White board Projection screens. The WhiteBoardScreen is the high-gain grey (Starbright4) version. The WhiteBoardScreen Universal is the matte white (VersaWhite) model. The grey surfaced variant is for presentation environments with high levels of ambient/incident light. It uses our StarBright4 material which has a 4-gain (4x more reflective than matte white.) surface. The purpose for this is that it will provide a bright image even when the lights are on. The advantage of these grey (Starbright4) variants is that it has superior contrast and brightness. The drawback is that the Starbright4 material has a narrow ½ gain cone. In order to be brighter than a standard matte white, the reflected light must be concentrated into an angular reflective “viewing cone”. This means that the reflection will be bright and crisp to those seated directly in front of it. Those seated too far to the side however, will see a milky washed out image or an image with uneven levels of brightness. Although the matte white (VersaWhite, 1.1gain) material is not nearly as bright as the Starbright4, it has wide diffusion uniformity. This means that regardless of any angle one views this screen from, it will always have an equal amount of brightness. This gives the matte white variant an advantage in versatility because the viewers can spread out as opposed to being seated in-line like in a church or public meeting hall. The disadvantage of the matte white is that its image will get washed out by ambient light if there is neither a projector with a strong output (lumens) used and/or limited control over the room’s ambient lighting.
Q: One thing I did notice is that when using dry erase markers, there is a difference on the grey surface opposed to the white. A: Either screen will fully erase even the residual markings as long as our specialized whiteboard eraser is used. Both versions of the whiteboard screen are surfaced in a scratch-resistant optical nanotech resin that enables them to perform their dual-role. This surface allows either screen to be matte enough for a projected image without hot-spotting, but smooth enough to erase pen strokes. Because of the unique texture in its design, a regular store-bought whiteboard eraser will work but it may not completely clear away the residual markings. However, the grey surface of the Starbright4 material does made difference to readily identify any residual markings over the bright white surface of the “white” WhiteboardScreen Universal.
Q: Hot spot diffusion worked great and we could see a significant difference over a traditional dry erase board. A: Yes, both screen variants, the high gain WhiteBoardScreen and matte white WhiteBoardScreen Universal use a series of reflective and diffusion layers that are surfaced by Elite’s scratch-resistant optical nanotech resin. This creates a superior image that is free from the kinds of visual artifacts created by projecting directly onto a regular projection screen
Q: What is the Insta-DE material made of? A: VersaWhite material is a combination of scratch resistant layer on top of the diffusion layer backed by adhesive foam.