Beyond a bright, uniform image exhibiting
true colour fidelity, contrast is the most important element affecting
viewing experience. If shadows aren't dark, image depth is
'washed out' and the magic of the cinema experience
is diminished. Black isn't a colour and can't be projected onto your
screen. 'Black' is really the absence of light so a
screen surface's ambient light management is important.
Grey screens can improve picture quality in viewing
rooms where moderate levels of incidental light cannot be avoided such
as reflected light from brightly painted walls and
ceiling. They assist contrast producing
darker blacks in ambient light conditions although it is important to
balance trade offs between contrast and colour fidelity - especially in
the reproduction of realistic skin tones.
'Digital Grey' represents Screen Science's best balance
blacks and bright punchy colours whilst retaining great skin-tone
reproduction. A colour-corrected grey coating improves black-levels,
enhances contrast and colour saturation but copes with
incidental viewing room light. While most grey screens have a
low gain of 0.8 or less, Digital Grey achieves a remarkable gain of 1.2
making it 50% brighter than typical grey screens.
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