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An Ultimate Guide About Front Projection and Rear Projection

Are you confused about which projection screen to choose? Want quick information about the front and rear projection? 

Here’s an ultimate guide that will help you know in-depth about what’s better for you and what will make your movie viewing experience worth it! 

Optical front projection and rear projection screens provide many of the same benefits. Both projection screen types offer enhanced contrast and brightness compared to conventional non-optical projection screens.

When this is said, there are major differences. Generally speaking, optical rear projection screens generate the best image, but they also require more space. 

Optical front projection screens are extremely space-effective, but also less resistant to ambient light than rear projection screens.

Here we outline the main differences between the front and rear projection so you can decide what best suits your specific requirements.

Space Usage

Front projection does not require space behind the screen, therefore leaving more floor space. (Also you must take into consideration if people or objects will be obstructing the projector at any time.) Whereas rear projection needs space for equipment and projectors behind the screen. The larger the screen, the larger the space required. 

Viewing Angle

The viewing angle largely depends on the gain. Typically, the higher the gain, the narrower the optimal angle of view. However, significant improvements in the recent past have been made to widen the viewing cone with high gain coatings. Viewing angle on rear projection screens is dependent on the material’s ability to diffuse light across the viewing surface. Some materials, especially darker surfaces diffuse light more evenly across the screen.

Ambient Light

Front projection requires darkened interiors as any light source hampers the efficiency of the projector whereas contrast and color saturation are better on rear projection screens in areas with high ambient light.

Brightness Requirement

Typically, front projection screens are brighter when used in darkened rooms. Brightness, however, is highly dependent on projector output and screen gain. Since the screen transmits light in both directions, lumens are lost in rear projection. This loss of light may be offset in high ambient light situations where the front viewscreen would not perform as well. 


Contrast levels on front projection screens are easily influenced by ambient light. Gain has no effect on contrast. Rear projection is less affected by other sources of light and contrast is. Ambient light usually comes from a different direction than the projector and since the light goes through the screen rather than being reflected off of it. In rear projection, the ambient light does not affect contrast as much as in front projection. 


To sum up, the right choice largely depends upon you – your viewing environment and choice of projector. Once you have settled on this question, you can take a look at the individual screen products from each category and see what equipment suits your environment. Some screens can be used for both front and rear projection, providing the versatility for special projects.

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Lumina Screens Highlights New Screen Leor 12 At Indywood Film Market 2019

Indywood Film Market – it’s where filmmakers, production houses, technology providers and aspiring artists converge to make the dream of a unified Indian film industry a reality. And of course, Lumina Screens – the flagship brand of Galalite Screens, was a part of its latest edition held in Hyderabad. It gives us immense pleasure to meet and connect with the best of India’s numerous film industries with national and international stakeholders of cinema.

Being South Asia’s biggest film exhibition looking at such opportunity Lumina Screens highlighted their latest product Leor 12 at Indywood Film Market, Leor 12 is one of the premium Ambient Light Rejecting screens which gives the deepest black. It fosters better contrast and enhances visual quality with a remarkable resolution. The screen has a multilayered screen surface and is designed to offer a dynamic gain of 1.2 for an immersive movie-viewing experience. Leor 12 is also finished with a superior coating which contributes to giving you excellent cinema-like experience. 

Features of Leor 12 

  • Carbon Black Technology 
  • Ambient Light Rejecting Screen 
  • Flame Retardant 
  • RGB Boosters 
  • supports HDR 1.2 
  • Optimized for 4K 
  • Acoustical Transparency 

Indywood’s vision is to revamp the Indian entertainment industry, by building 100,000 home theatre screens by the year 2020. 

“Being part of this large scale event was a huge opportunity for Lumina Screens. We thank everyone who showed their support and interest in our screen showcase at Indywood Film Market 2019,” said Rohit Patil, Business Development, Lumina Screens. 

About Lumina Screens

Lumina Screens, a flagship brand of Galalite Screens started in 2015 manufactures projection screens for a smaller-scale viewing experience like home theatres, auditoriums, corporate offices, production houses, and studios. It comes in a various range of screens providing great quality and durability with promising performance, time-bound delivery, and great after-sales service. To get more information about our leading-edge projection screens, visit you can also find Lumina Screens on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram.

Lumina Screens Announced their Latest Product Leor 12 at Broadcast India Show 2019.

Lumina Screens Announced their Latest Product Leor 12 at Broadcast India Show 2019.

Lumina Screens, the flagship brand of Galalite  Screens unveiled their latest ambient light rejecting projection screens Leor 12 at the 2019 Broadcast India Show.

The premium projection screen comes with the deepest black and fosters better contrast and enhances the visual quality with a remarkable resolution. The screen supports modern HDR technology and is designed to offer a dynamic gain of 1.2 for a riveting movie-viewing experience at home.

“Being South Asia’s leading event, The Broadcast India Show 2019 was important for us as it is a strong platform to present the latest innovations and technologies to the local customers as well as the chance to network with industry peers. Taking into consideration the opportunity and increasing growth, this year, we announced our newest range in Leor series at the mega event – Leor 12. It is a multi-layer sliver surface projection screen with an effective gain of 1.2. Leor 12 comes with unique features like superior coating, carbon black technology, acoustic transparency, and RGB boosters which will ensure audiences receive the perfect cinema-like experience in the comfort of their home.” said Yusuf Galabhaiwala, Director of Operations, Galalite Screens.

“We wanted to make sure our consumers receive a similar kind of experience which they get at the cinema theatres while watching a movie. So, we have features on the screen like 4k optimization, modern HDR technology, and ALR.”Galabhaiwala exclaimed. Leor 12 projection screen also features a reflective layer and a substrate that tackles moderate ambient light thrown from any direction. Leor 12 comes with micro-perforation which creates an immersive audio impact from the speakers placed behind the screen. 

To get more information about our leading-edge projection screens visit: Lumina Screens on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram.

About Lumina Screens

Lumina Screens, a flagship brand of Galalite Screens started in 2015 manufactures projection screens for a smaller-scale viewing experience like home theatres, auditoriums, corporate offices, production houses, and studios. It comes in a various range of screens providing great quality and durability with promising performance, time-bound delivery, and great after-sales service. If you want to improve your way of viewing visual content and need a perfect video streaming experience then, Lumina projection screens would be the right choice for you.

Lumina Screens Announced their Latest Product Leor 12 at Broadcast India Show 2019.

Selecting a Projector Screen that makes Outdoor Viewing Experience Totally Worth It.

A high-quality projector screen has anti-reflective properties and a wide viewing angle. You want to look for a screen with a 1.1 Gain, or as close to that as possible to keep reflection down. You don’t want a passing car’s headlights or the lights from your house to reflect off the screen when everyone’s trying to watch a movie or a night-time presentation. If you want to have a large gathering, you’ll also want to look for projector screens that offer a 160-degree viewing angle. With such a range, people can spread out and sit at an angle in front of the screen without having any distortion.

 Features to Check Out for a Projector Screen

 Types of Screens

 We can categorize the screens on various grounds and the main criteria to do so is the mounting type and the way it retracts. So, depending on the application, if you need a fixed screen you can go for a ceiling or wall-mounted fittings. And for a handy solution, you can go for portable screens that include table-top, a tripod or a foldable one.

 Retraction is one of the important features of the projector screen. You have the option to pick either the manual closing and retracting or go for an electric retraction which withdraws the screen back to the base with a click of a button.

 Screen Fabric: – When choosing the screen material, three factors can help ensure the best match with your projector and room:

  •  Gain affects image brightness; a higher-gain screen will produce a brighter image.
  •  Colour Screens are generally either white, matte white or some shade of grey. Grey screens can boost contrast and provide deeper blacks. It is also known to produce a high contrast ratio thus generating better colour output.
  •  Texture – all of our screens can reveal all the detail in HDR video up to 16K optimized. Some screens have a finer texture or “grit” and can be used with 4K projectors.

Screen Gain: – The amount of your projector’s light that is reflected back at viewers is referred to as “gain.” The gain of the screen is directly related to the brightness of the screen. A gain of 1.0 means the screen reflects back all the light it receives. Higher gain means more reflected light and a brighter picture. Different screen coatings applied to the base vinyl screen material are how different gain values are achieved. In other words, more light is reflected than it receives, thus producing more brightness. Higher gain can help provide a brighter image with very large screens, or in rooms with significant ambient light. High-gain screens may also reproduce colour and contrast less accurately than lower-gain screens, which means a gain of less than one.

 Viewing Angle: – The viewing angle is the optimum angle at which a viewer is able to see the best picture quality. The screens with high gain have optimum viewing angles perpendicular to the screen. So before picking the best screen for the projector, you need to check its viewing angle, whether it has a narrow or a wide viewing angle.

 Audio Transparency: – Some HDR projectors come with built-in speakers. If your projector doesn’t, or if you need extra audio power, try speakers, which has a feature of built-in amplifiers. For the projector screen, if you intend to place the speakers just behind the screen, then you need a projection screen with perforations for sound to pass through it. (Take a close look at a theatre screen sometimes and you’ll notice a pattern of tiny holes called perforations.)

 Aspect Ratio: – The aspect ratio basically defines the length of the screen in proportion to the breadth of the screen. The latest and the most popular screen size is the 16:9 aspect ratio and is also known as HDTV format screen. It can handle the projector resolutions that includes 4K UHD, FHD (1080p) and HD (720p). The other screen sizes include widescreen with 16:10 aspect ratio, video format screen with an aspect ratio of 4:3, cinema format with 2.35:1 and square screens with 1:1 aspect ratio for overhead projections.

Rear Projection Technology: – A  rear projection screen offers unsurpassed brightness, contrast and viewing angles in an outdoor setting. With a rear projection screen, the projector is placed behind the screen, shooting towards the audience. This allows the screen technology to control the light path distributing bright, sharp images into a predefined viewing zone. It also helps to make the image more resilient to ambient light that may be hitting the front of the screen. The rear projection screen generally costs more money than front projection screens.

 Lumina Screens bring various options with their projection screen surfaces which comes with special fabrics that suit the needs of home theatre viewing and outdoor event environment. Our main aim is to deliver an enhanced and one-of-a-kind cinematic experience of magnificent visuals that enable you to easily enjoy the depth of your content be it watching a movie at home or presenting high-quality visuals outdoor events. For more information about our products, visit our website: 

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Projection Screen vs LED

Direct view LED displays are great for large venues with high levels of ambient light. But there is an alternative way to deliver high-quality images on big displays! A way that will not only save you time and money but also offer you better image appearance at the same pixel density no matter the image size, near to zero pixelation, balanced brightness, and better image/colour uniformity: the optical projection display.

An optical projection display solution comprises a powerful projector and an advanced optical projection screen with a built-in high-contrast filter that makes the display super tolerant to ambient light. LED tiles don’t feature light rejecting ability, so to have contrast the brightness needs to be increased to an uncomfortable viewer level. With the combination of a powerful high lumens projector, Lumina Projection Screens delivers excellent contrast and brightness that can match LED displays in most indoor situations.


More cost-effective than LED’s

LED solutions deliver super-high image brightness, which is good for outdoor-use but creates an uncomfortable viewing experience for indoor-use – especially for a longer period of time. For human vision, images are not supposed to exceed 3x the ambient environment. Beyond that, the eye is fatigued quickly and can even be painful. You can choose to lower the LEDs display brightness, but you will also lose the contrast advantage and the pixels will also become much more apparent. 

In terms of costs, the initial investment for a direct view display LED wall is very high, due to the high cost of the panels and much more complex installation. At the same time, LED generates more heat, use significantly more power and requires much more ventilation and frequent service than a projection screen. 


Image uniformity

Due to the fact that an LED displays have very small areas that light up compared to projection, and there is a much higher chance the image will be interrupted with black lines between the LEDs (pixels). This greatly increases the viewing distances, make the pixels stand out individually, making the image a “picture of dots”, also described as pixelation. Most LED’s offer a relatively low resolution compared to an optical screen. 

Another potential issue with the multi-panel LED displays is the mechanical alignment between LED tiles, which can result in disruptive lines in the image. On top of that, it’s not so rare to see a single panel that has either gone dark or shows color shift or is missing a color channel altogether. 

Image quality from a projection is simply far superior in uniformity and color rendition across the entire image since the image comes from a single source rather than from a large quantity of self-driven cabinets. An optical projection display is simply much cheaper to acquire and maintain, they do not need advanced controlling software to run, they are relatively easy to install, color uniformity is much better and the maintenance is much easier.



The more electrical components you have in a display system, the higher the chances of something eventually failing. This presents numerous problems, one of which being the sporadic cost of replacements that may not be subject to the same economies of scale that your initial unit cost benefited from. It is also worth considering that there may come a time when the manufacturer of your chosen screen discontinues production, potentially putting an expiry date on your investment. When it serves a business purpose such as advertising a new offer in your store, you obviously want to get the most use from your investment, so with a screen failure is a likely outcome in time, LED Screens are proven as not ideal, especially if the failure occurs in a screen that happens to display important information.

However, a projection system’s electronic makeup is usually confined to a single projector, limiting the risk of failure compared to that of LED screens. Also, whilst a projection system may require duality to work, most do not require exclusivity between the screen and projector. This makes upgrading much easier, as customers can often upgrade the screen or projector without having to upgrade the other. 

Therefore, purchasing a projection screen would be a much better choice in terms of cost-efficiency, maintenance, and image uniformity as well.  Lumina Screens provide an ensemble variety of projection screens that could suit according to your wall space, in order to give you an immersive experience and high-performance efficiency with time-bound delivery service. 


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An immersive cinematic experience: It all starts with choosing the right projector screen

Are you looking forward to upgrading your office conference room or want to create the ultimate home theater space? then a top-quality projector screen should be an essential part of your toolkit. But what exactly you should be looking forward in a projector screen? Understanding your options is the first step in selecting the right screen for the usage. This blog will help you make the apt choice. Let’s get started. 

  • Projector Screen Type

The first step to choosing the right Projector Screen that best suits your particular needs or application is to choose the type of screen you wish to use. From the mounting style to the method of the screens retraction, you’ll want to take everything into consideration when choosing your screen type. The permanency of your screen type is also an important thing to look at.

Another simple way to narrow your choices is by the type of functionality or retraction method you’d like your screen to have. You can choose from motorized Electric projector screens, which descend and retract with the push of a button. Manual pull-down projector screens extend and retract by a simple pull of the screens handle, much like a standard window shade. Fixed Frame projector screens are commonly used for solutions requiring a permanent wall-mounted solution, such as a dedicated home theatre or auditorium.

Generally, if you would like a permanent installation, then the Electric, Fixed or Manual wall and ceiling mounted projection screens are your best choice.

  • Projector Screen Fabric

After you’ve decided on the type and mechanism of your ideal screen, you’ll need to select the best projector screen fabric for the job. Different screen fabrics handle different applications and environments, their effectiveness depends on several factors, including the resolution of the media used, the lighting and acoustic conditions and the viewing angle of the audience. 

The most important place to start when selecting a screen fabric, are with the Gain (Screen Brightness) and Viewing Angle of the fabric. There is a lot to know about each and how they affect each other (as gain increases viewing angle usually decreases). Having a basic understanding of these features prior to making your choice of a projector screen fabric, will help you make the most out of your equipment within the constraints of your environment.

Gain: is a measurement describing the light reflectivity of fabric, when the measurement is taken for light targeted and reflected perpendicular to the screen. For example, a screen gain of 1.0 means all the light directed at the screen reflects back with the same brightness. Gain greater than 1.0 means the projection screen fabric increases the brightness of the projected image, while gain less than 1.0 means the image produced is not as bright.

Viewing Angle: is a measurement describing the maximum angle from the center of the screen at which you can still see a quality image.

Fabric Colour: The color of your screen fabric greatly influences the contrast of your final projected image. White screens are the industry standard due to brightness, while grey screens are better at handling darker tones. 

Acoustic Transparency: Another popular feature of projection screen fabrics is acoustic transparency. Acoustic transparency is the ability of the screen to allow sound to pass through with little interference. This is especially important in setups where speakers are placed behind the screen, such as home theatres and auditoriums. 

  • Projector Screen Size

Once you’ve decided on the type of screen you are using and the type of fabric you want to use, selecting the size or aspect ratio of your screen should be next on the list of decisions to make. There are numerous standard formats available, including the following:

HDTV 16:9 FORMAT: HDTV format projector screens have a width to height ratio of 16:9. HDTV screens are the optimal format for home theatre, offering the best matched fit for widescreen viewing and is the international standard format of HDTV. This HDTV 16:9 aspect ratio matches up with projectors that offer a native 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) resolution, 1080p HD (1920 x 1080) resolution and 720p HD (1280 x 720) resolution. Wider options include Letterbox and Widescreen; not all but a few of our screens are available in these sizes.

WIDESCREEN PC 16:10 FORMAT: This format has grown increasingly common in recent years with the rise of widescreen PCs. The aspect ratio for these PCs is usually around 16:10, with some variation. This 16:10 aspect ratio matches up with projectors that offer a native WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution, WSXGA+ (1680 x 1050) resolution, and WUXGA (1920×1200) resolution. If you expect to only use a Widescreen PC viewing format for your presentations or if you expect to use this format more often than others, this could be a good choice for you.

CINEMA 2.35:1 FORMAT: If you’re looking more for a movie screen experience, the 2.35:1 widescreen cinema standard or anamorphic format aspect ratio is for you. Commonly used throughout the cinema as a full field-of-view format, the cinema ratio is the best choice if you are looking to create a home theatre space for viewing movies.

VIDEO 4:3 FORMAT: Video format projector screens have a width to height ratio of 4:3. The 4:3 ratio for standard television has been in use since television’s origins and many computer monitors use the same aspect ratio. This 4:3 aspect ratio matches up with projectors that offer a native XGA (1024 x 768) resolution, SXGA+ (1400 x 1050) resolution, UXGA (1600×1200) resolution, and QXGA (2048 x 1536) resolution. Video Format screens are the best option if you’ll be switching equally between fullscreen and widescreen viewing.

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LCD, 3LCD and Laser Projection: Which is Right for You?

How do you differ between the three?

What goes into each technology

Have you ever pondered the functioning of an LCD projector?

How does the white light that the bulb emits effectively morph into an image?

Through this article, Lumina Screens will show you if LCD, 3LCD, or Laser projector is right for you.

Do read on to find out how an LCD projector works in the background

A dip before LCD

The projector before LCD used the technology of passing extremely bright light from an LCD to a lens. The lens manages to hugely magnify the image and projects it on screen.

But LCD is way advanced. LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) is also known as LCLV (liquid crystal light valve)

But you still don’t know if LCD, 3LCD, or Laser projector is right for you? Stick with us!

3LCD, what’s different from just LCD?

3LCD, an upcoming technology in the market devised just a few years ago. 3LCD provides a better image quality than conventional LCDs. The technology used in this device is up-to-date and the latest when it comes to commercial usage.

How 3LCD works

Individual LCDs are used for the red, green, and blue components in 3LCD projections.

A prism is used to blend the light out of each LCD in forming the final image.

The virtue of a 3LCD projector over a conventional LCD projector is that it has three chips, lacks any moving mechanical systems in the light engine, and produces full-time colour as a result of its design.

However, with 3LCD projectors, the light goes through 3 distinct chips with 3 different colour mixes to make the final image, giving it a more vibrant and clear image quality. Conventional LCD projections come with just one chip, and the light flows through that single chip which forms the image.

A final image is created from more than 2.2 million pixels in 1080p 3LCD projectors.

In the comparison between LCD, 3LCD, or Laser projectors, the 3LCD technology offers several advantages.

In general, 3LCD projectors emit brighter light than conventional DLP projectors.

Furthermore, LCD projectors often emit colours that are more brilliant and saturated than DLPs.

A small percentage of viewers may become disturbed by the “rainbow effect” of DLP projectors because 3LCD projectors do not provide the image via an optical illusion.

So let’s head to the last part of LCD, 3LCD, or Laser projector

Laser Projectors, sound straight out of a Sci-Fi?

There is also laser projection, which is predicted to eclipse conventional projection techniques in the near future.

A moving display is produced on a screen using a laser projection by shifting laser beams.

An RGB (red, green, and blue) full-colour laser projector has three pulsed laser sources or one source for projection of a single colour.

It delivers projected pictures that might be brighter and have more vibrant colours.

Laser projections have the advantages of being quick, stable, and consistent with a high repetition rate.

For both 2D and 3D, it is carefully tuned.

For large-scale, intricate projections, the multi-projection technology used in laser projection is particularly adept at maintaining picture quality.


So now, you are equipped with all the knowledge you need to differentiate between LCD, 3LCD, or Laser projector. But, what about the screens? They might just be a piece of silver, oops, pearlescent cloth, but they are the canvas where you can visualise the director’s art.

That’s where Lumina Screens come into the picture. They work with RGB laser projectors.

RGB boosters for Lumina Screens improve image quality and provide the greatest visual quality.

Choose Lumina Screens and enjoy your movies and series in an immersive experience.


Netflix — the Streaming Giant on Projection Screen

Netflix is an OTT (over-the-top) media service provider that allows users to stream content via the Internet at any place or time. Netflix is one of the most popular platforms in the world that provides a variety of options in terms of series, films, documentaries, comedy specials, etc. to its users. Such type of services is getting common day by day as more people are getting access to them. Netflix is available in over 190 countries with about 150 million active users.


Although Netflix provides its access on different devices like Smartphones & Tablets, PCs and Laptops, Smart TVs, etc. It is best experienced on a Home Theatre with Projection Screen. Mobile phones or tablets may allow you to watch your preferred content anywhere but they somewhat fail to provide the immersive viewing experience that Netflix is able to serve.


Netflix provides various options in streaming quality to its users. The quality also varies with the device it is accessed on. For users having Premium plan of Netflix, the streaming giant provides Ultra HD or 4K streaming on supported devices. If you have a premium plan you get the advantage to enjoy the content in high-definition rather than watching it in normal resolution. 


If you enjoy watching movies at the cinema theatres and If you like to recreate a somewhat similar kind of experience at your home you can set up a projector and good quality projection screen with decent sound setup and enjoy those movies at your very own home. With so many OTT platforms like Netflix and others in the scene, you have an option to watch the movies you missed and you can watch them at your home or your smartphones if you have a busy schedule or want to save the hassle to go to movie theatres.   


Netflix has succeeded in becoming the most reliable streaming service with HD or 4K streaming option. With thousands of titles of TV series and films to choose from, Netflix is the best option to watch the latest & popular content according to your own taste on any devices you are comfortable to watch on.


Lumina Screens manufactures projection screen surfaces that are optimum for a perfect home viewing experience. If you are a movie buff and like to watch movies in his home comfort you can try and experience Lumina Screens where you can watch Netflix with the best visual clarity which offers a plethora of movies, tv-series, documentary and more.

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How has the importance of home theatre increased after the OTT platforms have emerged?

OTT is the most popular term in entertainment right now as it sits at the center of the inevitable and unstoppable merger between the worlds of television and digital video. But what exactly does it mean and why does it matter? So, OTT stands for “over-the-top”, the term used for the delivery of film and TV content via the internet, without requiring users to subscribe to a traditional cable or satellite pay-TV service like Tata Sky or Dish TV.

Currently, streaming boxes/sticks and smart TVs are the two most common device types for streaming content, but within each of these devices, categories are several brands fighting for market share. Within the streaming box/stick markets like Amazon and Google, all have well-established footprints; within the smart TV market, Samsung, Vizio, LG, Sony, and others all factor in; and among game consoles, Xbox, PlayStation, and Wii, all have sizeable shares of the market. It begs the question: Why is the OTT device market so fragmented?

One big factor, of course, is that many of these devices are not dedicated to OTT streaming, but rather incorporate that feature as an added capability. Most people buy a TV primarily to watch TV, or a game console primarily to play games, or a Blu-ray player primarily to watch Blu-rays. But as more of these devices were sold with built-in internet-streaming, more consumers had the ability to stream OTT content as per their wish. And as demand for streaming services like Netflix and Prime Video grew in popularity, viewers opted for whichever living room device happened to enable OTT streaming. For a household that watches only one or two OTT streaming services, the specific device specs were secondary to the fact that it enabled the desired viewing behavior.

As the OTT market develops and households begin streaming content across an increasing number of OTT apps, the user experience will likely become more important. When it comes to user experience, the streaming device hardware is secondary to the software platform. It is worth considering to what extent the OTT market might eventually resemble the smartphone market and how user experience factors into the equation. The iOS and Android platforms ultimately grabbed the lion’s share of the smartphone market as software (specifically, apps) became the differentiator in the user experience. If the future of TV is indeed apps, does that mean that the platform on streaming devices will eventually determine the biggest players in the market? Or will this market remain fragmented, much like the pay-TV market is today? Only time will tell.

Nowadays, Indian audiences are setting priority over OTT content because firstly, the content is always available every time, so it helps its viewers to watch the content whenever he/she gets free, rather than waiting for the time when your favorite show telecasts. This gives the audience more comfortable, freedom, and more valuable to their own time. And, then the original content. The contents that get created on the OTT platforms are original ones which are created for one particular platform (say Netflix, for example), in the form of movies and series. Series are another kind of revolution in the field of OTT platforms, where you can access the content at your home, with popcorn and drinks, when you are free to watch. There’s no factor to force yourselves to watch your favorite content, like time. 

However, to get an immersive cinematic experience the web content like movies and series, you need to have a home theatre at your home, as it enhances your experience three-times and gives another dimension of experience that you usually get while watching movies in cinema halls. Hence, the importance of home theatres has emerged at a bigger scale. Smartphones, Tablets, PCs, and even Televisions have limitations to give an immersive and aesthetic visual experience that you need as a viewer, as you are watching in a cinema hall.

Home theatres are replacements for cinema halls as well. When you want to watch a movie in the theatre, you have to check its showtime, ticket fares, the atmosphere of the theatre, and after reaching there and if the shows are house-full or over-packed, then it would be a great disappointment for you. Now, when you start watching movies by either downloading them or through streaming services, you could them with relaxation, without any tension or stress. You can watch it whenever you want. No chaos of over-packed audience. It’s just the content on the screen and you.

Lumina Projection Screens bring various options for home theatre screens that could easily cater to your needs and wants. Our main aim is to deliver an enhanced and one-of-a-kind cinematic experience of magnificent visuals that enable you to easily enjoy the depth of your favorite content — like your favorite movies, series, and even sports — at your desired place. You can enjoy any OTT content in a way better resolution and screen.

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Lumina Screens Used at the Premiere of ‘Typewriter’

With a rapid increase in the range of streaming services delivering content right to your home, there arises the need of having a perfect setting where you can watch them with superior quality. Lumina Screens provides you with the best visual quality that one can have on a projection screen while sitting at home. Proving the same, Lumina Screens’ product was used for the premiere of Netflix Original series ‘Typewriter’.


Typewriter is a horror-thriller Netflix Original series written and directed by Sujoy Ghosh. Considering the genre of the series, it requires immersive visuals with utmost clarity so that the viewers could have the experience that this series aspires to provide. Lumina Screens fulfills the requirements and proves to be the best option for the series concerned. Not only that, its compatibility with every sort of home environment makes it the perfect choice of projection screen for personal space.


Having one’s own space equipped with the perfect home theatre enriches the experience of watching a series or a film. Netflix comes to a step closer to you with Lumina Screens in front of you. Typewriter’s premiere on Lumina Screens is one such example of its unmatched surface quality for home viewing.


Lumina Screens’ products provide a varied range of gain distribution in screens which proves to be compatible with different room environments, along with uniform light distribution. Lumina Screens aims for the most comfortable viewing experience a person can have while sitting inside their home. It is a remarkable accomplishment that Lumina Screens is spreading its territory and proving its competence with big names like Netflix choosing it for the screening.


Lumina Screens is a part of Galalite Screens, under GTC Industries, that manufactures projection screens for a wholesome viewing experience at home, corporate offices, or auditoriums. Its vision is to reinvent the home theatre market with a cinema-like movie-viewing experience so that people can have an immersive watch with the comfort of home.

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