Cut the Glare with Draper’s Scribe Interactive Screen
(Spiceland, Ind.) –Draper Inc. has introduced a new
interactive “whiteboard” screen with a difference, and will be demonstrating it
at InfoComm 2014.
Draper’s Scribe Interactive Screen™
is a rigid front projection screen for use with ultra-short throw projectors.
The strong protective coating allows you to write directly onto the screen with
a dry erase marker.
The Scribe Interactive Screen’s
protective coating is designed to reflect less light than is typically seen
with so–called “whiteboard” screens, so your projected content isn’t washed out
in bright classrooms and meeting rooms. The coating is just as tough, wiping
clean easily with an eraser. In addition, the Scribe comes with a low profile
frame, and is magnetic as standard—with similar screens, you pay extra for that
Founded in 1902 as a window shade
manufacturer, Draper, Inc., is a Spiceland, Ind.-based manufacturer of
projection screens and lifts and mounts for projectors and displays, providing
AV related equipment for over half a century.
Draper products are sold to dealers
and shipped throughout the United States and to more than 100 countries. In
addition to its Spiceland, Indiana headquarters, Draper, Inc. has sales offices
in Placentia, CA and in Blackwood, Gwent, United Kingdom. Draper also has four
wholly owned subsidiaries: Draper Group Ltd., a sales and warehouse facility in
Corby, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom, and threemanufacturing companies in Sweden: Draper
Europe AB, a leading European projection screen manufacturer; SMS Smart Media
Solutions AB, a leading European provider of video projector and flat screen
mounts; and Evoko Unlimited AB, provider of the Evoko Room Manager. For more
information, visit www.draperinc.com.