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Screens Section Test

Screen Gain
1.

Projection screens are _____ devices which _____.


A

active; can manipulate and improve images

interactive; amplify and manipulate images

animated; create and sharpen color contrast

passive; cannot amplify or create light rays

2.

The _____ the gain number of a screen, the _____ the image.
A

lower; sharper

higher; softer

lower; brighter

higher; brighter

Screen Hot Spotting


3.

What common household device can demonstrate a hot spot?


A

stove burner

digital clock

lamp

flashlight

4.

Hot spotting increases as _____ increases.


A

the projection cone

ambient light

surface area

gain

5.

On a projection screen, hot spotting appears as a _____.


A

Grey pixels

Red outline

Burned image

Bright area

Projection and the Inverse Square Law


6.

Ambient light affects the _____ of a projected image.


A

creation

size

focus

D
7.

brightness
If a projector must be moved farther away to fill a large screen, what else
should be done to mitigate the effect of the Inverse Square Law?

Raise the height of the screen

Move the audience to the sides of the room

Dim the overhead lights.

Front Projection
8.

What is one downside of front screen projection?


A

front screen projection requires more space for installation.

It costs more than rear screen projection.

the projector is not in the same space as the viewer

ambient light can interfere with viewing.

Rear Projection
9.

Rear projection is a transmissive system that _____.


A

can allow a presenter to block all or part of the image

requires little space for installation

handles ambient light issues more poorly than front screen projection

allows light to pass through a translucent screen toward the viewer

Front Projection Surfaces


10.

As a(n) _____ reflector of light, a front projection image can be manipulated


to improve _____.
A

modulating; luminance

filtering; sharpness

active; color

passive; brightness

11.

Angularly reflective screen surfaces provide performance similar to that of


_____.
A

diffuse screen material

a matte screen

optical screen material

a mirror

Rear Projection Surfaces


12.

What kind of material might be used in some rear projection screen


applications?
A

opaque

reflective

high-gloss

diffused

13.

Optical screen material is used in most _____ rear screen applications.


A

stationary

temporary

mobile

permanent

Rolled and Folded Screens


14.

Of the following places, where would you be most likely to see a tripod
screen used?
A

attached to a wall in a board room

a movie theater

for a lecture in a very large college auditorium

a small presentation room

15.

Rolled screens are typically _____.


A

only manufactured for special applications

transparent for rear screen projection

Attached to a rigid frame

mounted on rollers contained in a tube

Screen Selection
16.

Proper screen selection is critical for _____.


A

eliminating ambient light

audience comfort while watching the presentation

projector orientation

perceiving the images as accurately as possible

17.

The ___ of a screen should be the same aspect ratio as the projected
image.
A

keystone

size

height

shape

18.

Which of the following is a common misconception regarding screen


selection?
A

the placement of the screen is irrelevant

images are unaffected by the choice of screen

the type of screen is not really important

the biggest screen that will fit in the display environment is always best