More and more laser TVs have entered the family. In fact, laser TVs are composed of ultra-short throw laser projection and anti-light curtains. They mainly solve the impact of ambient light on the picture. In other words, laser TVs have not entered the living room. Whatever the problem, the same can achieve good results.
However, there are currently two types of anti-light curtains, and the effects are still very different. They are: grating anti-light curtains and Frenier anti-light curtains. Ordinary curtains can be viewed in a non-shading environment, but the picture is white and there is no The details and colors are not beautiful. Looking at a picture, the effect is obvious under the light environment, and good picture quality can be achieved.
How to choose an anti-light curtain for Xiaobai who doesn’t understand the parameters and various complicated processes?
First of all, when choosing a light-resistant curtain, we must first look at the material of the light-resistant curtain. The most popular in the world is the light-resistant curtain material using optical lens technology. The light-resistant effect is recognized by most people and the price is relatively high. However, most of the domestic light-resistant curtains have simple production processes, not to mention the use of advanced technology, and the price is low, but the display effect is much worse.
Secondly, the texture of the projection screen’s picture is affected by the black level of the screen. The pure black level makes the picture more three-dimensional and the details are vividly expressed. You can feel the movie theater viewing effect at home
Third, contrast is also very important for anti-light curtains. Contrast has a very critical effect on visual effects. Generally speaking, the greater the contrast, the clearer and more eye-catching the image, and the brighter the color; while the lower the contrast, the whole picture will be gray. High contrast is very helpful for image clarity, detail performance, and level performance.
Fourth, the next step is to think about the impact of the curtain on vision, whether there may be glare or eye fatigue, especially when viewing in bright daylight environments.