- Expense: front projection can often be more cost-effective than rear projection due to the cost of the screens (rear projection screens are more expensive). However, front projection may require some rigging (hanging the projector from the ceiling), which may result in increased labour and equipment fees.
- Space: front projection requires space in front of the screen, which may result in decreased seating in front of the screen. Rear projection requires space behind the screen, which can be impossible.
- Lighting: front projection is subject to the room lighting. Ambient lighting can impact the screen brightness. If you are hosting a meeting where participants will need regular lighting (for taking notes for example), rear projection is better because it can be viewed with regular lighting.
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