Stewart Filmscreen’s Been Ready for 16K Since 1947
Stewart Filmscreen's commercial venue AV screens have had the ability to accommodate resolutions of 16K+ since 1947.
Stewart Filmscreen is a manufacturer of screens and projection screen materials.
According to the company, higher resolution displays can enhance lower resolution content and improve viewing experience. Studios such as NHK, Sony and Red Digital Cinema are currently embracing 8K video capture, and 16K, or 15360 x 8640 digital cinema, may be quick to follow.
Stewart Filmscreen stated that when 16K projectors become available, they’ll be waiting.
Commercial theaters and other venues currently using Stewart Filmscreen products will have no need to upgrade their projection screens to meet resolution demands of 16K+.
“Stewart Filmscreen fabrics have been designed, since 1947, to display resolutions well beyond the limit of the human eye,” Mark Robinson, VP of Technology for Stewart Filmscreen, said in a statement.
Stewart Filmscreen will showcase a complete line-up of 16K+ screens for commercial applications at InfoComm 2016. They will be located at booth C7425.
On display will be the new Torrent and Stealth XM large venue ElectriScreens, the Cima value line and more.