Screen Innovations’ Updates Zero Edge Flex, adds Acoustically Transparent Weave

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Austin, TX—July 22, 2015—Screen Innovations (SI), the purveyors of innovation in the two-piece projection industry, has updated its popular Zero Edge® FLEX frame style and added the company’s Maestro® White and Maestro® Gray acoustically transparent, woven, screens.

The Zero Edge® design has broken the rigidity barrier with a new simplified, flexible frame that has made on-site assembly easier than ever for custom installers.  Zero Edge® FLEX easily breaks down and assembles on-site, making it cost effective to ship AND navigate tight spaces, elevators, and stairways.

Skyler Meek, SI’s Director of Marketing, said, “FLEX has been a hugely popular frame style largely due to the fact that it can be packaged to fit in a much smaller box greatly simplifying the logistics of shipping a rigid panel.  At Screen Innovations, we are obsessed with simplicity, not only for ourselves but primarily for our dealers; so making this huge leap forward in technology was a no-brainer.”

Zero Edge® FLEX Slate®, ambient-light rejecting screen material, can be configured to a massive 390-inches (measured diagonally in 16:9). Maestro tops out at a maximum of 185-inches.

Screen Innovations makes it easy for integrators to choose the right screen for each project based on lighting, room size, seating distance, and more. Visit to check out the Screen Calculator, Screen Wizard, and Projector Wizard online tools.

Suggested Retail Prices start at: $1680.00 

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About Screen Innovations

Founded in 2003 in Austin, Texas, Screen Innovations is a leading manufacturer of projection screens and associated technologies for residential and commercial applications. SI’s Black Diamond®, the world’s first and only multidirectional ambient-light-rejecting projection-screen technology, has effectively revolutionized the two-piece projection category.

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