FogScreen® projection screen world premiere occurred in October 2002 at the Turku Science Fair in Turku, Finland. Volume production of the FogScreen Inia projection screen started in late 2004. The interactivity add-on debuted in June 2005, and the 1-meter FogScreen, FogScreen Pro, was launched in April 2006.

All the important principles of FogScreen technology are patented. The basic components of the screen are a laminar, non-turbulent airflow that remains thin, crisp and protected from turbulence. The fog is made with ultrasonic waves and ordinary tap water – no chemicals are needed. It feels dry and cool to the touch.

After the screen is formed by the fog, images can be projected onto it. The FogScreen projection screen can be translucent or fully opaque. It works very much like any ordinary screen in terms of projection: The image is spectacular in normal daylight, but the darker the room the better the results.

A projector with at least 4500 ANSI Lumen is recommended. The distance between the projector and screen should be a minimum of 2 meters. Detailed information on installing the screen and creating content for it can be found in the Installation and Content Creation sections of our website.

FogScreen projection screen is a stand-alone product that can be integrated into any environment, including casinos and clubs, malls and showrooms, fairs and convention centers, theme parks, science centers, museums, theatre, TV, fashion shows, and corporate venues. Please click here to see examples of how the FogScreen projection screen is being used. Please contact the FogScreen team for more information on our company and products.