Choose from Front or rear projection, wide angle or High definition.
Our elastic polymer screen material stretches to perfectly fit to your frame. All screens are designed for excellent color rendering and good contrast with a wide range viewing cones.
Wide Angle is a flexible vinyl rear projection surface designed for wide viewing angles with controlled ambient light. It is ideal for installations using multiple projection edge blending or wide format screens with short focal length projection lenses. Ultra Wide Angle dramatically reduces the potential of hot spotting. Seamless in any width up to 16' in height.
Pixelwix front projection screen surface engineered for use with today’s high-powered projection technology in applications involving the presence of ambient light. Ambient light is the enemy of two-piece projection. Screens designed to reject ambient light can be effective at furnishing an image in even the brightest of rooms, but the trade-off is the presence of unwanted artifacts such as color-shift, hot-spotting, and poor off-axis viewing.
Half Angle: 85° Gain: 0.9
Ideal for moderate to high output projectors, the light gray surface achieves a perfect balance between color reproduction and image contrast. Seamless in any width up to 16' in height.
HD 8509 can be cleaned with mild soap and water, is flame retardant and mildew resistant.
Wide Angle 7865
Half Angle: 78° Gain: 0.65
Wide Angle 7865 is a flexible vinyl rear projection surface designed for wide viewing angles with controlled ambient light. It is ideal for installations using multiple projection edge blending or wide format screens with short focal length projection lenses. Wide Angle dramatically reduces the potential of hot spotting. Seamless in any width up to 16' in height.
Wide Angle can be cleaned with mild soap and water, is flame retardant and mildew resistant.
Custom Finished Screens
Pixelwix will cut, weld and finish our screen material to your specifications. We can include borders with grommets or velcro for attachment to your frame - seamless in any width up to 16 ft in height.
When ordering your screen material you must specify:
The type and color of screen required (front or rear projection, standard or high definition, ultra wide angle etc).
The height and width of screen to its outside dimension
Type of finishing required:
Borders - top and bottom or all sides
Grommets - specify color and spacing
Cut to size
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between a commercial and non-commercial licence?
A non-commercial or home licence is for individual use only. It can only be purchased if you are not receiving monetary gain from the use of the software.
A Commercial licence is for customers who are receiving income from the use of the software
How do I get a Demo of this software?
Just send us an email to email@example.com and we will send you a link.
I have chosen “lock to my hardware” for my delivery method – what happens next?
Once our sales team have reviewed your order, you will be emailed a download link to download your software. You will then need to provide us with your hardware id from the pixelwarp software panel.
The hardware id is located in the licence tab. Please email this to us at firstname.lastname@example.org along with your order number. We will then send you a release code to lock your software to your pc. Please note: it cannot be moved to another pc.
What happens if my PC fails and I need to change a component?
When you change a part, the software will generate another hardware id. This tells us which part is changed and that it is still essentially the same computer. We will then issue another code for that PC. If all the parts are changed, we cannot issue another code. If you think you are likely to have these kinds of problems, or want to use on more than one computer, purchase the USB Key version.
My USB key has failed, what can I do?
In the unlikely event that your key has failed, you can return it for a full replacement.
What is the Add Autoblend licence option?
This allows you to use the camera configuration file from Autoblend.
What is Autoblend?
This allows for automatic calibration of your warp and blend arrangement of your screen image via a simple camera like a webcam. The file is then imported into Pixelwarp .