Enables to turn a window into a projection screen
- With the same transmittance as glass
- Possible to place the film on any existing glass
- Strong adhesion
In recent years, stage productions and special events have become increasingly visually demanding.The new, unique and unprecedented are sought after. Viewers crave new sights and experiences; the audience wants to immerse themselves in unknown and mystical worlds.
The self-adhering and highly transparent INVISCREEN® projection screen transforms glass and window panels into projection surfaces. Due to the crystal-clear nature of the screen, INVISCREEN® is not visible during the day. At night or in dark rooms one can project onto the highly transparent polyester screen.
In permanent installations, INVISCREEN is particularly suitable for high end restaurants, hotels, amusement parks, museums, exhibition construction, trade fairs and cruise ships. INVISCREEN® is an excellent choice for retail display windows as well as for temporary and special events.
INVISCREEN is available in front or rear projection versions in both standard and high brightness options.
Further products of our Visual Effects series are the special gauze Holo-Gauze© for 3D projections as well as the special projection screen PEPPER’S GHOST for holographic effects.
SCREEN SOLUTIONS shows our entire screens portfolio including numerous reference projects. Request your personal copy today.
On 3rd of October 2017 the ensemble of the Berlin State Opera Unter den Linden was able to relocate the historic opera house after seven years of general restoration. In compliance with monument preservation aspects amongst others the stage technology was renewed. The sustainment of the preserved historical character of the opera house played an important role. Therefore, Gerriets manufactured the main curtain after historical model and in careful manual work.
TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS shows our entire technical portfolio including numerous reference projects. Request your personal copy today.
The production of the opening celebration was directed by Thomas Moschopoulos and produced in close collaboration with VIEWMASTER SA. They worked with Gerriets Hellas to develop creative projections with 3D effect for the mainstage performances.
Keith Roeckle, Director of Instrumental Studies at the Lawrenceville School explained the value of the ABSORBER LIGHT curtains to them: “The new curtains in Dresdner Hall have provided us with a unique situation – not only do they perform a visually aesthetic function, they provide a means to change the room to the purpose.
Use of variable absorber systems in the Great and Small Hall of the currently most famous concert hall in the world. Special feature: a worldwide new technology is used in the Great Hall. Here, the acoustic roller banners are not lowered from the ceiling, but are moved upwards from the parquet floor.
ESI Design created for Terrell Place in Washington D.C. a more harmonious interior and a contemporary, exciting work destination. They transformed the space by treating it as a single media canvas. ESI Design’s vision called i. a. for 11 different diffusion screens made from Gerriets FROST diffusion film.