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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Robotic spray painting for gain screens
Posted by: on Thursday, November 29, 2012 - 01:42 AM
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Cinema Projection Screens

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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Custom-made Frames
Posted by: on Friday, June 22, 2012 - 03:23 AM
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Screen Frames We offer a range of custom-made frames as per the design and requirement of our customers.
The frames can be made curved, dismantable, variable heights in aluminium or steel.





Thisscreen is curved to 220 degrees for use in a training simulator.








The masking ties can also be hidden if you opt for a double frame work in a wrap around screen frame.


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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Cinema Screen Frames
Posted by: on Thursday, August 14, 2008 - 04:01 AM
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Screen Frames





Zoher and Co offers its screen expertise in construction of screen frames.

For commercial cinema:

There are 2 basic designs when it comes to screen frames:

1. A wrap around frame which comprises a double framework with a larger frame in the front and a smaller frame at the back o­n to which the screen is tied. This is done so that masking ties are not visible.

2. A single framework supported from the wall and floor. Masking is required to hide the lacing cord.

Provisions can also be made for mounting speakers / motorised masking systems o­n or around the frame.

The frames are normally made using round mild steel pipes that are painted black.

Hooks are provided at 8 inches o­n all sides.






For home theater / studios

We offer an easy-install aluminium frame which can also be curved.













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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Reflecting Brilliance
Posted by: on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 02:58 AM
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Motorised Projection Screens Think back to when you were in school and your teacher brought in the 16mm projector for an instructional movie or perhaps when your family had friends over and Dad pulled out the old 8mm projector to show movies of your last vacation. Depending o要 the time frame in which this occurred, it is a pretty good bet that the screens used in those situations were made with a glass beaded surface o要 the front. o要e of the reasons that a glass beaded surface was the popular choice back then was because the projectors were not very bright and, as such, we wanted to get as much light directed back to the viewing audience as possible.

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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Understanding Screen Gain
Posted by: on Monday, June 18, 2007 - 02:26 AM
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Cinema Projection Screens
Screen Gain - Whose Loss?

When we come to contemplate a projection device in conjunction with a projection screen, there is considerable irony in the fact that the term "gain" is routinely applied to the screen and hardly ever to the projector. Yet it is the projector, not the surface, which is powered by electricity and it is the projector, not the surface, which comes with a twistable dial marked "Brightness."

Nevertheless screen gain does exist. Although still a misleading misnomer, gain is not purely some shibboleth of the A/V industry. A screen with a gain of 3 is certainly and observably different from a screen with a gain of 1.5. How it is different merits analysis.
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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Imported remote for screen
Posted by: on Thursday, April 12, 2007 - 11:51 AM
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Motorised Projection Screens



Remote for motorised drapes.







Receiver box for motorised curtains.

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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Switch for motorised screens
Posted by: on Thursday, April 12, 2007 - 11:29 AM
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Motorised Projection Screens


3 - way rocker switch used for motorised projection screens and other tubular motor applications.
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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Video Screens
Posted by: on Thursday, August 10, 2006 - 01:13 PM
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Video Projection Screens

                                        

Zoher and Company offers a range of screens for video projection in a standard 4:3 or 16:9 format.

1. Tensioned / Fixed Frame Screens
These are installed o­n permanent frames for dedicated home theatre rooms. (Assembly required).

2. Map Type Screens
These are hung up by hooks and hand rolled when not required.

3. Pull Down Screens
Wall / ceiling mounted screens that are pulled down when required and roll back up automatically when released.

4. Tripod Screens.
Portable screens supplied along with a self standing 3 legged tripod stand.

5. Motorised Screens
Electrically operated with a remote or switch.


Standard Screen Sizes:

4:3 Format

Diagonal Size Length x Height (Inches)
88" 70 x 52
94" 76 x 57
100" 80 x 60
120" 96 x 72
160" 120 x 96

16:9 Widescreen
Diagonal Size Length x Height (Inches)
86" 76 x 43
104" 92 x 52
117" 104 x 58
131" 116 x 65


Large Venue Screens:

14' x 14'
12' x 16'
16' x 16'
18' x 18'
15' x 20'
20' x 20'
9' x 16'
13.5' x 18'
8.75' x 17.4'
9.83' x 17.4'
11' x 19.5'

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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Rear Projection / Fast Fold Screens
Posted by: on Thursday, August 10, 2006 - 01:01 PM
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Video Projection Screens




Rear projection screens can be used when there is enough space behind the screen to place the projector; this allows movement in front of the screen without blocking out the projected image.

This is a popular choice for audio visual companies which rent out equipment for events. We offer a fast fold screen with a stand which can be set up and dismantled quickly. The screen is fixed to the back of the frame with velcro which gives it a long life and makes for a professional looking screen.






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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Stage Curtains
Posted by: on Thursday, August 10, 2006 - 12:46 PM
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Curtain Control Equipment
Zoher and Co offers silent, trouble-free curtain control / rigging systems for complete stage solutions. Cinemas and theatres across the country and abroad boast of our vertical and horizontal curtain automation systems. We are constantly improving our machinery with the advances in technology ensuring that we continue to maintain excellent safety and quality standards.



Vertically rising curtain with scallops:





Side shifting curtain (horizontal movement, center parting):


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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Cinema Screens
Posted by: on Friday, August 04, 2006 - 01:33 PM
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Cinema Projection Screens




Cinema Projection Screens

We offer custom-made screens for commercial cinemas and multiplexes. These are available in different gains of 1, 1.4 , 1.8 and 2.5.

You can also choose the preferred perforation density ranging from 4.38% up to 11%

- Inherently flame retardent
- Eyelets at 8 inches
- Invisible seams
- Shipped folded or rolled.

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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Tubular Motor
Posted by: on Wednesday, April 19, 2006 - 10:31 AM
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Motorised Projection Screens

Please click o­n "read more" for details.
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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Installation Woes
Posted by: on Tuesday, April 18, 2006 - 01:34 PM
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Curtain Control Equipment Over the years, we have carried out curtain system installations at very many cinemas and theatres across the country and abroad. Often the basic safety requirements are not supplied by the exhibitor. In a cut-throat business environment; o要e often has to make do with what is available o要 the site.
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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Masking
Posted by: on Monday, April 17, 2006 - 12:13 PM
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Cinema Projection Screens









Zoher and Company offers masking solutions for screens of all sizes. Contact us for cloth samples and job estimates.

Fixed masking solutions

The screen is masked o­n all sides to ensure a crisp picture with edge to edge viewing. The masking cloth is fixed o­n commercial plywood sheets and fixed into place. A simple job executed professionally.

Motorised Masking Solutions

Electric masking systems are installed when the cinema is projecting films with different aspect ratios so that the picture projected always fits exactly into the screen without leaving white areas.

Masking Tips

The masking is always black or a very dark colour so that light is not reflected of it.
You should ensure that the masking has sharp borders and that it is not wavy or cut hap-hazardly otherwise it will give your screen a very amateur appearance.

If the speakers behind the screen happen to be covered by the masking it should be acoustically transparent so that the sound is not muffled.

The masking should always be installed in such a manner that it does not hampen replacement or maintenance of the screen or other equipment.

It should be completely silent and professional so that anyone visiting the theatre leaves appreciating a good cinematic experience.


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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Film Piracy
Posted by: on Sunday, January 22, 2006 - 01:52 AM
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Cinema Projection Screens E Cinema to censor Bollywood Piracy


NEW DELHI: A whole new way of movie making and watching is knocking o要 the doors of India, thanks to technological advances.

Though slow in catching up with the rest of the world in most fields of entertainment, cash-flushed business houses operating mostly from Mumbai are ensuring that e-cinema comes to a theatre near you very quickly.

While the world is yet to warm up to the idea of digitally distributed films, Bollywood filmmakers have already put the technology to test and are finding it a great tool to fight piracy and cut costs.

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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Screen Masking Tips
Posted by: on Thursday, January 19, 2006 - 12:30 PM
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Cinema Projection Screens Screen Masking Tips
(Special thanks to Frank Angel)

Try to cover up your speakers or paint them black and use black speaker cloth. Having the speakers visible has a negative effect o要 the illusion that the sound is coming from the actors' mouths o要 the screen. In movie theaters they went through great pains to figure out how to do this and the solution was to us a perforated screen with speaker behind it. With this setup, the sound IS coming from the image. In 16mm this is not practical (although I have seen it done) because light is at such a premium and a perf screen loses about 20% of the light through the holes. You can cover your speaker by hanging curtains in front of them. The curtain material can block the sound from your speakers -- almost any material will to some extent. I use a material called Chinese silk which is transparent to sound. It makes a real difference in keeping the illusion that sound is coming from the screen.
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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Technical Terms
Posted by: on Saturday, November 19, 2005 - 06:11 AM
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Cinema Projection Screens Afew basic scientific and technical terms used to describe surface qualities and performance.

Moire:

A word used to describe visible distortions in the uniformity of the screen surface; or the distortions in picture clarity. The term comes from the French word "moirer" (to water) and is used to express a rippled, water-like look.

Colorimetry:

A technique by which an unknown colour is evaluated in terms of standard colours. This is mostly carried out visually although there are other available technologies such as photoelectric or indirectly by spectrophotometry to evaluate the screen's performance in terms of contrast and colour testing. The customer has no choice but to take the manufacturers word in such instances as the testing equipment is very expensive and not available to everybody.
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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Services
Posted by: on Thursday, November 17, 2005 - 10:30 PM
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Curtain Control Equipment 1.We undertake annual contracts to ensure that the installed curtain control equipment is in perfect running condition for all important programmes and events.

2.We also undertake perforation of all soft materials upto a thickness of 1mm. 



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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Motorised Curtains
Posted by: on Friday, September 23, 2005 - 01:06 PM
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Curtain Control Equipment We are manufacturers of motorised curtains for cinema and theatre auditoriums. For residential / smaller applications we use compact motors which are completely hidden behind the curtain.








Imported drapery motors for side shifting curtains.


Different styles of sewing curtains:

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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Seating Guidelines
Posted by: on Friday, September 09, 2005 - 11:31 AM
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Cinema Projection Screens



Optimum Viewing Areas


In the seating chart figure the auditorium follows the SMTPs 2 & 6 Rule. The first row of seats is placed at a distance equal to twice the screens width from the screen. The last row is placed at a distance equal to six times the screen width. Further, no row of seats is wider than its distance from the screen. As you can see, this is a rather idealistic approach which eliminates most of the wide viewing angles. Under these conditions, all three of the major screen surfaces would perform well with the possible exception of the aluminized silver.
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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Cleaning Cinema Screens
Posted by: on Friday, September 09, 2005 - 11:24 AM
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Cinema Projection Screens Suggestions for removing dirt and stains from cinema projection screens.


We have found that the best results toward removing dust and dirt can be obtained very carefully dusting the entire surface of the screen with a screen brush or a very soft cloth. Extreme care sure be exercised in doing this so that the surface of the screen will not be scratched either by particles of dust adhering to it or by the cleaning process itself.
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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: The Screen makes a difference
Posted by: on Friday, September 09, 2005 - 11:12 AM
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Cinema Projection Screens

Until the beginning of this decade, video projectors occupied a niche in the corporate and industrial market. The primary goal was to present a large, bright video image. The quality of that image was far less important than obtaining the highest possible light output from the screen. Emphasis shifted towards image quality in the early 1990s with the coming of home cinema. Audio quality could already rival that of most neighborhood movie houses. Similar expectations were being placed o要 the video, within the limits of available software.

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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Picture Formats
Posted by: on Friday, September 09, 2005 - 11:02 AM
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Cinema Projection Screens
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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Choosing a screen for home cinema
Posted by: on Friday, September 09, 2005 - 10:38 AM
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Motorised Projection Screens
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Cinema Screens & Motorised Curtains: Surface Relief Holography for use in display screens
Posted by: on Monday, August 15, 2005 - 01:31 AM
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Cinema Projection Screens
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