Custom screens and frames

Pro AV Applications

Because AV consultants are increasingly using projection screens for state-of-the-art facilities to create exciting presentations, Harkness Screens™ makes a wide variety of screens for use in Pro AV applications, both for 2D and 3D.

Pro AV Applications for the Corporate Sector  


Harkness Screens supplies a large range of projection screens suitable for use in corporate training facilities, meeting rooms and communication displays.


Simulators & Virtual Imaging Screens Simulators & Virtual Imaging Screens

Simulators & Virtual Imaging

Harkness makes specialised screen surfaces for simulators and virtual imaging applications. These can be 2D or 3D projection, using either digital video or film. Both active and passive forms of 3D can be supported, depending on screen choice. Deep curve frame systems can be manufactured to the exact specification and dimensions required.


Projection screens for Museums  


Harkness Screens offers a range of screens suitable for use in museums for rear or front projection.


Projection screens suitable for churches  


Harkness Screens offers a range of screens suitable for use in churches and other religious buildings.  For large buildings custom frame screens or flying frames can be supplied. 


Projector screens suitable for schools  


Harkness Screens supplies a range of projection screens designed for use in schools, colleges, universities and other training environments for projecting 2D and 3D images. 

Projector screens suitable for theme parks  

Theme Parks

Harkness screen surfaces and frame systems meet the diverse needs of theme parks worldwide. These include front projection, rear projection and screens for 3D attractions or 4D special effects. Frame systems are available to suit the particular requirements of the ride or venue. These include wrap-rounds, deep curve frames and circle frames (for circle vision venues). All frames are custom made, and specially shaped frames can be supplied. “Flying” frame designs are possible.

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