TWICE VIP Award 2016 Winner! The Aeon CLR Ceiling Light Rejecting projector screen uses an ALR multi-layer surface design that scatters “off axis” light to prevent it from washing out the image. Unlike other ALR designs, it is made for ultra-short-throw (UST) projectors. The use of a CLR screen with a UST projector not only rivals the visual performance of a 100” flat screen TV, it does so at around 1/30th to 1/50th of the $100k retail price that a 100” flat screen TV commands. The Aeon CLR is an edge-free fixed frame screen that uses a serriform micro-structure that negates 95 percent of the washout effects of ambient lighting from overhead sources while negating other forms of off-axis lighting as well. This highly specialized design enables the material to provide contrast levels that are 100 times greater than that of standard matte white projection screens, said the company. Its low-profile ability to work with UST projectors make it not only a cost-effective option to a large flat panel, but a superior performance choice as well, it noted.