Projection Surfaces

NEXY Black Shelf Design

Nexy invented the unique Black Shelf Design that is the core technology for their HD/HT Rear Projection Screens and FJ Front Projection Screens.

Horizontal viewing, the angle from which a viewer can see the projected image when seated off to the left or right, is an impressive 160° of a possible 180°.

Vertical viewing, the angle from which a viewer can see the projected image when looking up to the projected image, or from above and a factor in certain digital signage applications, is 110°.

Nexy reflects less than 0.06% of ambient light from its surface.

For the Nexy HD and HT, the best results are achieved when the projector is positioned at a 20° to 30° offset angle to the screen.

In this example, the projector is located above using a standard ceiling mount and the incidence angle is offset at an optimum 26° from horizontal.

The Nexy HD or HT is correctly oriented to match the projector location above.

The angle of projection is ideal for most digital signage applications in a retail environment. Your client will be able to approach the back of the Nexy screen without interrupting the light from the projector.

In this example, the projector is placed at the floor or on a table and the incidence angle is offset at an optimum angle of 26° from horizontal.

The Nexy HD or HT is correctly oriented to match the projector location below.

This is a less popular setup but nonetheless an important option to have when a ceiling installation is not available or a temporary table installation is preferred.

In this last example, the projector is placed at the floor or on a table and the incidence angle is offset at an optimum angle of up to 15° from horizontal. The projector can be placed as high as a 0° angle of incidence to the screen with good results.

The Nexy FJ is correctly oriented to match the projector located below.

It is important to note that the use of the FJ precludes the use of a standard ceiling mount.