Types of Screen

Projection screens can be classified into either front or rear projection and are chosen depending on individual needs.

The table below shows the advantages and disadvantages of each type of screen.






  • Wide variety of choices.
  • Inexpensive.
  • Wider viewing angle.
  • No shadow.
  • Security of equipments.


  • Require controlled lighting and ambient light must be kept off the screen to eliminate a reduction in contrast ratio.


  • Narrow viewing angle.
  • Expensive.
  • Need additional space for rear projection.

There are five major types of projection screen available in the market, namely:

  • Simulation Projection Screen.
  • Motorized Projection Screens.
  • Non-Motorized Projection Screens (Portable Projection Screen).
  • Special Application Projection Screen.
  • LCD Panels / VideoWalls Screen.

Remaco believes in servicing our customers individual needs and we have sub-divided our screens to 24 series as follows:


Simulation Cylindrical Screen
Curve Screen
Bowl (Semi Dome) Screen
Cave Screen (3-Sided F&R Projection / 4-Sided F&R Projection)
Motorized Professional Motorized Screen PRO series
Professional-Large Motorized Screen PRO-L series
Extra-Large Motorized Screen XXL series
Modular Extra-Large Motorized Screen MXL series
Economical Motorized Screen ECO series
Tensioned Motorized Screen TEN Series
Concealed Motorized Screen CMS Series
Non-Motorized Semi-Automatic Screen SAS series
Manual Screen MAS series
Fixed Screen FIX series
Writable Projection Screen WPS Series
Tripod Screen TRI series
Handy Screen HAN series
Fast Fold Screen FAS series
Truss Screen TRU series
Special Rear Projection Screen RAS Series
Front & Rear Film Screen FFS & RFS Series
High Definition Glass Screen HDG Series
Optical Screen Paint OPT Series
LCD Panels / VideoWalls PAN PAN series


Simulation Screens

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