Experience always varies, on how you view the element; and in which way do you notice the element. This is the way, how experience matters; in the case of viewing of elements on the screen. Usually, visual experiences take place on the projection screens that are placed on different environments, which are either indoor or outdoor.
The projection screen that is placed on an indoor environment would have medium brightness, the large viewing angle in both horizontal and vertical could be around 140-160 degree normally, lightweight and higher density. The indoor projection screen normally is used for closer viewing and are applicable in places like conference room, airports, subways, churches, etc. And it doesn’t require any protective surface to prevent heavy climatic conditions.
The outdoor projection screen covers an area of perhaps hundreds of squares, therefore; the point density is comparatively thin, it demands a huge amount of lightings according to different parameters and the brightness requirement, it should be protected under every weather condition and should be visible under direct sunlight and other extreme conditions. It is made for long-distance viewing, and are applied to the outdoor music concerts, live sport, a highway billboard, etc.
The major differences between indoor and outdoor projection screens, which could give an efficient way of understanding about the viewing experience, and these differences can be broken down into three major points, they are as follows:
Outdoor projection screens basically require more attention as they have to deal with bright sunlight and other unpredictable atmospheres that could possibly make its display into dullness, whereas, indoor projection screens are much safer, and need not take care regarding the weather conditions. They require the minimum level of brightness, as it requires a lesser audience than the former one.
Outdoor projection screens should be more durable to withstand various atmospheres around, hence additional protection is required. But in the case of indoor projection screens, they are not exposed to any of the outdoor weather conditions elements, hence additional protections are not necessary.
Indoor projection screens that are intended to be viewed from a shorter distance, thus require higher resolutions for optimal quality, whereas Outdoor projection screens are normally intended to be viewed from farther distances and can rely on lower resolutions with very little compromise in terms of visibility.
- Date - May 22, 2019