Rear Projection Film

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Has anyone tried using Risevison for rear projection films, for window advertising? Which type of projector may be involved, type/grade of film? Any experience to share?
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Just about any projector out there supports image mirroring for rear projection. For digital signage I would recommend an LED projector because of power, heat, and lifespan.   Are you asking what material to use for a rear projection screen?

Just some notes on entry level projection: Projectors always project an image asymmetrically from the projector, the lens is never directly centered on the image, if it sits on a floor or table, it projects up, if it is ceiling mounted, it projects down toward the surface. Never mount a projector on a shelf up high rightside up, it will require so much image adjustment that significant quality will be lost through lens shift and keystone.
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Thanks for your comments. I found some web pages such as http://prodisplay.com/products/rear-projection-film/ and also some lampfree-laser projectors like CASIO that seems to be prepared for long lasting usage, so I was thinking to maybe explore a test, but since there are a couple of options on the film side as in the projector, that`s mainly the reason I, am curious about some RiseVision users.