Z Review – DIY 104″ (2.35:1) Projection Screen W/ EPSON 8350

The Epson 8350 Projector used Here is no longer sold. This [http://amzn.to/1ZhixXj] is its replacement. Here is my Projector Buying Guide: [https://redd.it/4t0z8d]

Take 1 Located Here [https://youtu.be/3ay4uZ7ApgE]

Parts List:
Linear Actuators [http://amzn.to/1JCohkD]
LA Controller [http://amzn.to/1Ds6gSr]
LA Power Supply [http://amzn.to/1OP1Gmt]
Lift Supports [http://amzn.to/1GfGwtj]
Misumi Aluminum [http://goo.gl/kTXFtm]
Spandex Materials [http://spandexworld.com/c3/catalog/product/1423] and [http://spandexworld.com/c3/catalog/product/796]

and of course the projector which is the star of the show. Epson 8350 [http://amzn.to/1hJfAeR].

STILLS GALLERY : https://1drv.ms/f/s!Ahs2zgBzZBQRgzJXUgbyQwFXJ0Yf (Daytime Shots)
WALLPAPER GALLERY : https://1drv.ms/f/s!Ahs2zgBzZBQRg3DVKDpEOTDSW89Q

Questions, comments leave them here or post them to me on reddit. [http://www.reddit.com/r/zeos]

And here are all the build videos I amassed during brainstorming and building.

Part1 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdZrsfmKGWY

Part2 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnpE7S8uGmg

Part3 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBlvL6MoXNI

Part4 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZFrmPAo4s8

Part5 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBs2OgWF_VI

Part6 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDgYttvL6b0


TheBudgie29 says:

I only own One 16:9 TV In my home. And that Is used for the Computer Monitor. The TV In the Cinema Is the 58″ 21:9 Phillips Cinema and I have the Baby version In the Living Room at 56″. I have asked Texas Instruments to Produce a 21:9 Chip for My Projector. They have not got back to Me Yet.

Ian Thomas says:

Yo, Z brah, am about to buy an LG ultra short projector for over a thou, and never had one before. Any tips?

Ava and Isla says:

do you still use this screen set up?

Aneesh Prasobhan says:


Aneesh Prasobhan says:

why is there no 1080p for this video….aaarhhhh….

DSM DALLAS 2 says:

I ORDERED A 3000 LUMENS SCREEN and bought a grey projector.

Gavin Walsh says:

Awesome projector screen

magnetar808 says:

Looking good enough. Wise rewiev.

Chris Fritsch says:

How does the spandex work with 3d?

bbllrstv13 says:

Hey Z, I know this video is 3 years old but I’m in the process of building my own projector screen and if you haven’t already given/thrown away that white spandex I’d love to take it off your hands.

GT Talleronmyback says:

how did you get 2%? milk?

teclo1 says:

great screen, love it, but the room is totally impractical. windows being covered etc. a completely flat wall would have been perfect

davidescion says:

evangelion spoilers man

4estfloor says:

Right off the top update … Here it is almost Jan.1, 2018. What is the flagship projector in your opinion?

DonTeeCube says:

hey z, you said the screen is 8 feet wide, but how tall is it?

Jack Moser says:

What software/program are you using to run all your movies/tv on your pc?

mikos321 says:

How about having E-Paper as a projector screen? Expensive? Yes. Difficult to implement? probably. But it would be some awesome blacks 😀

toosweet241 says:

Z I think you’re fabulous I just love all the cookie stuff that you make like your MacGyver something and I love that projector screen so could you please tell me I would like to bake a 16 by 9 possibly 110 inch projector screen the exact same way of how you did it but my wall is just a straight blank wall no windows behind my screen could you please tell me because I don’t have Windows behind my projector screen should I use black because I have a glass sliding door patio door the opposite end of my wall the windows on the side what other way would I be able to use that stretchy screen or what can I use as a light material to stretch over the spandex over a fixed frame screen, the reason I’m asking you cuz you’re a great thinker inexpensively

Arthur Watts says:

Based on the timestamp here, you did eventually opt for a roll-down screen, yes ?

Dark Helmet says:

whats the program you use for media

Nizo Dizo says:

Rti A4 review?

Nicamist says:

Clearly you’re not married.

David Pino says:

The movement in this video made me nauseous as hell, I had to stop watching completely. Nice screen, but the head movements make this unwatchable for me.

mr house says:

u need a friend in engineering because you over paid for that frame

sharad k says:

added to , to do lists,
great video, thanks.

Ariel Ventura says:

where do you download movies from?

adult1122 says:

You just sold me on this set up. Best picture on you tube and I looked. Well done. The aspect ratio and the ivory with the black backing makes a big difference.

dek says:

does it get more black if you put glass over it?

Wisch & weg deluxe Novica pajkovic says:

I will buy this Folie Film ?

Aneesh Prasobhan says:

anyway, you will be watching moies in the screen after sun set in the dark and in the dark, you will get blacks as blacks in both material, but the white would have been better in the dark

Richard Scarlett says:

are you watching movies on foobar 2000?


when was it uploaded ?? april 24 2015 hmm the last recorded days of tidiness and order :)))))))

theslimeylimey says:

Misumi is amazing. I design automation machinery and live on Misumi. Very cool screen you built there.

Jose Casanova says:

Dude what kind of software your using to store your movies and music

wontonzilla says:

Are the fabrics touching or is there a space ?
If space what’s the distance?

Gorilla Jones says:

The screen is spandex?

KingHenryVR4 says:

I just use my latest projector I picked up which is a HITACHI I got for $30 an the side of the house to get a least 20ft wide screen.

Natali grace says:

where did you get the materials from

Daniel J.Glowny says:

Love your 2:35 screen why not a curved screen for a more correct cinema experience.

Shaun Berube says:

I must have missed it in the video but what color did you go with for the screen? Ivory and black? Beautiful screen!

Luis Pedro Dominguez Aldana says:

Hey Z, do you game on that projector?

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