IMPROVING CINEMA SCREEN BRIGHTNESS UNIFORMITY


A FREE WEB SEMINAR HELD ON THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER 2013. WATCH NOW!


Since the roll out of digital cinema, exhibitors have been focused on achieving the required centre screen brightness levels for 2D (14fL) and 3D (4.5fL) to achieve industry-standard compliance often inadvertently compromising brightness uniformity in pursuit of centre screen brightness.

However with digitisation nearing completion in established markets there is now an increased focus on ensuring that every element of presentation is optimised to deliver audiences the best possible viewing experience.

 

As well as on-screen brightness levels, uniformity of brightness across the screen is a key element for cinema exhibitors wishing to meet industry-standard compliance for their auditoria. For 2D presentation, DCI standards dictate that edge brightness should be between 70 - 90% of centre screen brightness to achieve compliance. This is typically more difficult to achieve with certain screen configurations however optimised changes in screen design can significantly improve brightness uniformity.

During this FREE web seminar from Harkness Screens, you will learn about:

  • The importance of brightness uniformity in achieving suitable presentation quality
  • The overall balance between centre screen and edge brightness in achieving industry-standard compliance
  • The importance of specifying the correct screen surface
  • Screen optimisation (curvature and tilting) and how it can help achieve brightness uniformity