Screen Goo is a specially formatted, highly reflective acrylic paint, designed specifically for the video projection industry. Screen Goo acrylic paint allows one to transform any smooth paintable surface into a high performance projection screen.
Screen Goo's performance reflects many years of research and development, and the precision production techniques of Tri-Art Manufacturing. It has the capacity to outperform most of the existing screen products in use today. Screen Goo is made from the highest grade acrylic available and contains no filler materials. Whether used in a professional, or home situation its simple application, versatility, quality and variable gain characteristics are remarkable.
Goo Systems offers ten Screen Goo coating products. Front projection users can now choose from a wide variety of different coating combinations for ultimate performance with any projector in any setting. Goo Systems has engineered a rear projection screen coating designed to provide exceptional results in both home and business applications. Any rigid transparent surface can now be cost effectively transformed into a high quality dual-sided projection screen. Potential uses include home theatre installations, retail point-of-purchase displays, conference rooms, and large venue displays such as concert halls, arenas, and houses of worship. Applications are limited only by your imagination.
Who uses it?
Screen Goo products are being used by all levels of the video industry from do-it-yourself home theater aficionados to large scale commercial and industrial clients.
Can I use it?
Designed for easy application via spraying or rolling, screen goo products can be successfully applied by the novice or professional alike.
Is it expensive?
The cost of screen execution can be as little as the price of the coating itself - when applied to an available wall space. More dedicated videophiles can investigate the possibilities of elaborate framing systems and custom screen design.
How much do I need?
The Topcoat and Basecoat work together; both are required to create a screen. Topcoat and Basecoat coverage per sq. ft. can vary somewhat, depending on the surface conditions. 1 liter (just slightly more than a US Quart in volume) will typically cover approximately 50 sq. ft. with two thin coats, under ideal conditions on an ideal non-absorptive surface. Starting with a primed white surface is strongly recommended for peak performance.