Though an AIRSCREEN is a durable piece of equipment that can withstand being outside for your film screening, there are certain precautions you might want to take just to ensure that it functions optimally. Continuing with the examination of the information found in the Outdoor Movies instructional setup video, let’s take a closer look at the concept of keeping hazardous objects away from the screen setup itself.
In the video, it’s mentioned that putting a covering on the ground that you wish to erect your inflatable screen on is part of recommended procedure. This can especially make a difference for organizations holding screenings in rural settings and looking to capture that true “outdoorsy” feeling. It’s a great impulse (and certainly doable) to bring a film outside for this reason: just make sure the ground you’re setting up on is sturdy and clean enough in order to make your screen last the longest.
Aside from punctures and damages to the frame, another thing to consider is that you have stable, level earth to set up the projector stand on. Even with a mallet and stakes, the right plot needs to be chosen so that wind or the movement of patrons won’t knock anything over and ruin the experience for everyone else.
It’s always helpful to look for ways that you can enhance the qualities already present in your screen for the most possible enjoyment for everyone. This can also increase the amount of use your screen can be enabled for in the future, provided you remember the right way to take care of it.