So, you’re thinking of trading in your projector screen for projector screen paint? That’s a great idea.
Not only are projector paints lower cost than most projector screens, they’re just as good, if not better, at creating high quality projection surfaces.
You may have noticed how not all projector paints are the same color. Projector paints usually come in a white or grey finish. So, which is the best color to choose?
Well, the short answer is, it depends.
Whether you want a higher definition projection area in ambient lighting or better contrast for your home theater, you’re going to want to use a different colored paint.
Keep reading below to discover which color you should choose to paint a projector wall that best suits your needs.
Create A Projector Wall With White Projector Paint
The main difference between white and grey projector paints is the amount of light they absorb and reflect.
White projector paints absorb less and reflect more light than their grey counterparts. The amount of light a projection surface reflects in comparison to a standard whiteboard is known as its gain value, with a standard whiteboard having a gain value of 1.0.
Most white projector paints will have a gain value that is higher than 1.0, meaning they reflect more light and thus produce brighter images than a standard whiteboard.
So, if you want a projector wall that you can use in meetings, for presentations or just to project brighter images on to, you should choose a white projector paint.
For a high definition projector wall check out Smart Projector Paint Pro. This white projector product has a gain value of 1.1, giving you the ultimate high resolution projections for the b rightest and clearest images.