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Dreyer John F: Adjustable screen frame for rear projection screen or the like. Polacoat Incorporated, June 8, 1971: US3583466 (44 worldwide citation)

An adjustable screen frame assembly composed essentially of tubular members which are rectangular in cross section, the tubular members defining the corners legs, and side parts of the screen frame, the frame assembly including T-shaped sections which are telescopically received in the tubular parts ...


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Azuma Makoto, Yasumitsu Rei: Projection screen. Teijin Fibers, July 26, 2007: JP2007-187976 (35 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a projection screen having a loudspeaker function and capable of being wound and stored.SOLUTION: A loudspeaker formed from a piezoelectric film both side of which are laminated with electrode films is stacked to either of the back or front of the main body of a shee ...


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Hiroshi Koizumi, Yoshimi Saito, Hiroshi Matsumoto: Speaker apparatus with a picture projecting screen. Sony Corporation, Jay H Maioli, November 9, 1999: US05982537 (24 worldwide citation)

A system for mounting a picture projection screen between two upright floor-standing speaker units in which the picture screen can be drawn out from one of the speaker units and extended to and attached to the other speaker unit in one position and retracted back into the first speaker unit in anoth ...


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Michiko Nezu: Reflection-type screen having a dimensionally stable substrate. Dai Nippon Printing, Parkhurst Wendel & Rossi, October 10, 1995: US05456967 (21 worldwide citation)

A reflection-type screen that is free from uneven formation attributable to a weave pattern of a ground fabric as a constituent material, can be wound up in a roll form and unwound at need and is less likely to cause deformation, such as buckling, elongation and sagging, and is easy to handle. The r ...


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Robert Portner, Phillip Miller: Projection screen unit. Magna Mir, Steele & Petock, March 9, 1976: US03942869 (21 worldwide citation)

A screen for a projection system supported by a pair of cross members extending to the four corners of the screen where they receive a tensioning member disposed around the perimeter of the screen and held in stress by a tensioning mechanism secured to a portion of one of the cross members. The cros ...


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Murray Louis Daniel: Projection screen apparatus. July 13, 1971: US3592434 (21 worldwide citation)

This invention is a projection screen apparatus basically comprising a telescoping adjustable mast, and a bracket arrangement for adjustably securing the screen to the mast. Vertical adjustment of the screen in provided by divergent support arms attached at their upper ends to a clamp slidable on th ...


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Potter Fred S: Picture screen roller fabric attachment. Da Lite Screen Company, April 3, 1973: US3724524 (18 worldwide citation)

A projection screen having a spring roller with a fabric-locking groove comprised of opposed side walls stepped on the roller periphery to the thickness of the fabric for producing safe mounting and flat hanging of picture surfaces, the side walls of which groove outwardly converge on a gap in the r ...


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Thomas M Holzel: Screen for exhibiting projected images. Intercontinental Satellite Network, Charles E Baxley, December 21, 1976: US03998522 (15 worldwide citation)

This disclosure teaches a screen such as those generally used for exhibiting projected images. A boxlike frame has a rim formed about its front. A membrane (the projection screen) covers the front with its margin extending to the vicinity of the rim. A cover encloses the back of the frame and is con ...


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Masatoshi Niwa, Hajime Maruta, Tomoshi Oozeki: Screen assembly and reflex type screen assembly. Arisawa Mfg, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak & Seas PLLC, April 4, 2000: US06046845 (12 worldwide citation)

A reflex type screen assembly and a screen assembly which are simple in structure, low in cost, superior in durability, compact in size and superior in storage property and portability in comparison with the conventional example. The reflex type screen assembly, for reflecting a projection beam from ...


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Keizo Furuya, Kazuhiko Nakao, Hideyuki Horie: Multiscreen display formed of projection units arranged in the vertical and horizontal directions. Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, June 27, 2000: US06081375 (11 worldwide citation)

Respective unit displays forming a multiscreen display are divided into two halves: a front half cabinet containing a screen part, and a rear half cabinet containing a light box part. During use, rear half cabinet is fixed relative to a predetermined position in the front half cabinet. During shippi ...



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