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Dnp SuperNova Screens Receive ISF Certification

Image Science Foundation Affirms Supernova Screens’ Quality and Innovation

COSTA MESA, CA — June 6, 2007 — The Supernova Screen by dnp is the first-ever optical front-projection screen that allows viewing in brightly lit environments. The Supernova Infinity and Supernova Flex have recently received certification from the Image Science Foundation (ISF). The certification means that ISF scientists have evaluated these screens for meeting or exceeding the demanding ISF benchmarks for quality that define the best in video performance available.

“We are very proud that the optical attributes of our Supernova Infinity and Supernova Flex meet the criteria set forth by ISF,” stated Manfred Freiberger, senior account manager for dnp USA. “ISF certification is currently recognized worldwide as a consumer’s guarantee that the display maintains uniformity, color balance and accuracy, all attributes that are dnp’s trademarks.”

Supernova Screens are based on a revolutionary high-contrast filter that allows the projected image to be reflected from the screen head-on, while effectively absorbing light from other sources such as ceiling lights. As a result, the Supernova Screen is virtually unaffected by ambient light. This innovative design allows Supernova Screens to deliver up to ten times the contrast of conventional screens.

During the upcoming audio/visual tradeshow, InfoComm 2007, June 19-21, 2007 in Anaheim, California, the ISF-certified Supernova Flex and Supernova Infinity Screens will be demonstrated at dnp booth # 4836. The Supernova Flex is a retractable, motorized version that is ideal for commercial applications. The Supernova Infinity, the latest offering from dnp, is a tiled screen which allows for large format display configurations. Additionally, dnp will showcase other products from the award winning Supernova line including the fixed Supernova One Screen and the portable Supernova Mobile Screen. Three high-end rear projection screens for meeting and control rooms, as well as dnp’s new Wide Angle Screen, Sigma Screen and Giant Wide Angle Screen will also be displayed.

Talking Points:
• Image Science Foundation (ISF) has granted certification to two of dnp’s Supernova Screens, Supernova Flex and Supernova Infinity.
• The Supernova Screen is the first-ever optical front projection screen that allows viewing in brightly lit environments.
• Supernova Screens deliver up to 10 times the contrast ratio of conventional screens.
• ISF certification means that Supernova Screens exceed the high-standard benchmarks that define the best video performance available for consumers.
• dnp’s ISF-certified Supernova Screens will be showcased at InfoComm in booth # 4836.s

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About ISF

ISF is in the Display Standards industry, and is dedicated to improving the quality of electronic imaging. Since 1994, ISF has provided comprehensive testing and certification of performance quality, and a publicly recognized logo program for high-end consumer electronics products that consumers identify with superior quality.

For additional information about ISF, please visit www.imagingscience.com.

About dnp denmark

dnp denmark is the screen production center for Dai Nippon Printing Co. Ltd., one of the world’s largest printing and media companies. dnp laboratories benefit from more investment in research and development than any other screen supplier, having pioneered every major development in optical projection technology for over a decade.
dnp USA is the North American branch of the company, headquartered in Costa Mesa, California. All of the Supernova Screen products are stocked and produced locally. As a market leader, dnp provides its dealers with the best technical support and with some of the most innovative sales and marketing tools within the screen industry.
For additional information about the award-winning dnp Supernova Flex Screen, please visit www.supernovascreen.com.

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