Disadvantages

•Presenter can cast shaddow on screen
•Presenter can suffer glare from projector
•Extra distance between screen and audience
•Projector can take up audience space
•As light is reflected off screen can be a duller image

Example of  front projection v's rear projection

Front project set-up
normal small meeting front project
Advantages

•simple easy set-up ideal for dry hires
•Good for single laptop placed next to projector
•Screen can go flat to wall
Rear project set-up version 1 - Standard Throw
rear project normal throw projector
Disadvantages

•screen needs to be away from wall
•image can suffer in a very bright room
•longer cable runs to a laptop
Advantages

•simple easy set-up ideal for dry hires
•Allows screen to be closer to audience
•No shadows cast from presenter
• No projector glare
•Better image as screen 'lit up'
rear project on axis short throw lens example
Rear project set-up version 2 - Short Throw
Advantages

•Allows screen to be closer to audience
•No shadows cast from presenter
• No projector glare
•Better image as screen 'lit up'
• Less space needed between wall and screen
Disadvantages

•screen needs to be away from wall
•image can suffer in a very bright room
•longer cable runs to a laptop
•Due to framework looks messy and need to conceal
•Takes longer to set up and align
•Projector needs to be aligned central to screen

on axis short throw projector with drape kit
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