ISE 2017: Stewart Filmscreen Showcases New FIDELEDY Vision 40

See Stewart’s FIDELEDY Vision 40, Torrent ElectriScreen and StealthXM at ISE 2017 in booth 1-F41.


Integrators attending ISE 2017 in Amsterdam this week are sure to see Stewart Filmscreen throughout the show floor.

The company will be showcasing its new FIDELEDY Vision 40 screen system, along with several other recently released products, in stand 1-F41. The company's screens will also be featured in several partners' booths throughout the show.

Stewart's FIDELEDY Vision 40 screen system is designed to create a film-like image from a regular LED video wall. Building upon its original FIDELEDY Vision released last year, the company boasts the ability to eliminate moiré interference and pixilation, bring out the best in high resolution systems and make even larger pixel pitch look like pricier, finer pitch LED tile solutions.

The company says the FIDELEDY Vision 40 is ideally suited for broadcast applications and digital signage, in addition to a wide range of indoor lighting environments.

Stewart Filmscreen will also have on display its Phantom HALR (High Ambient Light Rejecting) screen material and its Torrent ElectriScreen for large venues. The Torrent ElectriScreen boasts sizes up to 16 foot 10 inches wide and can be outfitted with any of Stewart’s front- and rear-projection screen materials (except Silver 3D), including the new Phantom HALR.

Attendees can also check out the StealthXM, ideal for large-scale applications where the screen must be completely concealed when not in use. A new roller tube design allows the screen to reach up to 13 foot 4 inches wide. 

Future-Proof for 16K

Stewart's screen materials are capable of accommodating 16K+ resolution, says Shannon Townley, CEO. And, he says, they have been since 1947.

“Heading into 2017, Stewart Filmscreen maintains its standing as the only manufacturer with off-the-shelf and custom solutions engineered to the highest quality—each screen is hand-manufactured with expert craftsmanship in our California and Ohio factories,” says Townley.

“From chemical composition to final delivery, we own the entire process, which results in the best possible solution for every application imaginable,” Townley adds.

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