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Links 1 through 10 of 27 by Christopher Rasch tagged screen

Welcome to my screen construction web page. This small project started because I needed a 16 x 9 projection screen for my Optoma Projector, and didn't see the value in the commercial tensioned screens, which run $1000 and up here in Canada. While hanging out in the AVS Forum, I learned that some people were using 'blackout cloth' with good results. So I decided to build my own tensioned screen using that material and some cheap lumber. Here are the details:

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Booboo, get the white liner fabric used for curtains to block sunlight. It’s called “blackout cloth” even though it’s white. Perfect for a projector screen when stretched across a wooden frame. I made a 108″ screen (4.5 ft x 8 ft) with $19 of fabric and $20 of 2 x 2 lumber, braces, screws, heavy-duty staples and white duct tape (to cover the staples).

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Figured, since there's "showoff your .conkyrc" and so on, why not "showoff your .screenrc"? Since the .screenrc is a pain in the ass to configure (compared to i.e conky), a thread with some nice examples AND screenshots might be of use, dont you think?

Anyways, my first try that actually looks allright, took a while to figure out that syntax.

http://img34.picoodle.com/data/img34/3/9/22/f_20080922153m_54907b4.png

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There is something almost creepy about the stealth with which these folding chairs convert into a flat and inconspicuous three-panel bamboo screen; decorative shoji-style space divider one moment – tall-back dining-room-worthy set of chairs the next.

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