Breaking News: New TecVision Viewing Surfaces Get ISF Certification

(Spiceland, Ind.) – Two new Draper TecVision viewing surfaces have just attained certification for color accuracy from the Imaging Science Institute.

TecVision XH1200X Grey and CS1100X ALR are part of a freshening up of the TecVision line of premium projection surfaces being demonstrated at InfoComm 2024. They join every TecVision surface in being ISF certified.

“We were excited to get ISF certification just in time for InfoComm,” said Randy Reece, Director of Audiovisual Sales and Marketing for Draper. “Since we first introduced TecVision in 2014, we have continued to periodically add new surfaces to meet our customer needs. That’s the benefit of creating and manufacturing these formulations in our own Spiceland, Indiana, factory. We have the capability to keep on top of market needs and changing projection technology.”

As part of the current refresh, Draper is adding two new formulations. TecVision XH1200X Grey features a 1.2 gain premium matt grey surface formulated for high contrast in moderate ambient light and wide viewing angles. Where optimal brightness uniformity is needed. CS1100X ALR performs very well in spaces where there is high ambient light and narrow viewing angles, and is engineered for very high contrast, precise resolution, and color accuracy.

TecVision Reference White, Performance White, Performance Grey, and ALR surfaces are formulated and manufactured by Draper for specific projection needs, including ambient light, wide viewing angles, underpowered projectors, and more. Each batch is tested for consistent performance. TecVision surfaces are available on electric and fixed frame screens and can be NanoPerforated.

For more information visit draperinc.com/projectionscreens/tecvision.aspx.

About Draper
Draper, Inc. creates core, advanced, and tailored solutions for the professional audiovisual marketplace, including projection screens, custom AV mounts, structures, enclosures and lifts, as well as window shades and video conferencing solutions. The family-owned and operated business was established in 1902, and markets through a network of dealers and distributors to the commercial, architectural, education, and residential markets. To learn more, visit www.draperinc.com.

Media Contact
Terry Coffey
Phone: 765-856-1230
E-mail:  tcoffey@draperinc.com
Website: www.draperinc.com

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