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How Ambient Light Rejection Works

Ambient Light Rejection (ALR) is a powerful technology that makes projection possible in spaces where the presence of light often washes out projected images. Using an ALR screen that is correctly tuned to the projector, the room, and the needs of the users can reduce the budget for a large display system.

How does ALR technology work, and when is an ambient light rejecting screen appropriate?

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