Football season is here again, and stadiums are filled with fans. If you’re tailgating, you might bring a TV with you to watch the pre-game show or an early game. But when you set up the TV you realized that that shiny screen surface was reflecting everything around you, making it difficult to follow the action. The problem is the same if you prefer to stay at home and watch the TV outside you are probably seeing everything from your grass to your fence and pool on the screen during the day.Continue reading NuShield and Football Make a Great Team
After a negotiation delay by the players and owners, the 2022 baseball season is under way. The stadiums are packed again with fans again and everything seems normal.Continue reading Baseball Season Is Back!!
If you are a college basketball fan this is your Super Bowl. The pinnacle of college basketball with 68 teams competing for the title of National Champions. Added to this excitement is the side story of Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski going for his 6th championship win before he hangs up his clipboard and retires.Continue reading College Basketball Madness Protected by NuShield
It is a new year and manufacturers are introducing new televisions on the market after they sold out their old ones during the holidays. And you might think it is a good idea to update your old set and to purchase a Smart TV that comes pre-packed with streaming services and maybe a larger size with that perfect picture that feels like you are in the middle of the action. But before you step into the store you might want to better understand the differences in technology of the TVs on the market.Continue reading Choosing a New Television is More Than a Pretty Picture
Twas the month before Christmas that the church decided to purchase a new sound and video system so that those in the back rows can clearly see and hear the pastor speak up front. However, once the equipment was installed, they found that there was a great deal of glare on the TV screen coming from the lights surrounding the TV. Most pews from the middle rows to the back mostly saw reflections from the lights above, and sunlight coming in through the windows.Continue reading How NuShield Saved Christmas Church Service
Football season is here again and stadiums are filled with fans. But many of us still prefer to stay at home and watch the game on tv. And the weather is still warm enough to stay on your patio and enjoy the game outdoors.Continue reading Watch the NFL Season with NuShield Screen Protectors Installed
The Covid-19 pandemic has emptied church pews and religious leaders needed to find a new way to communicate with parishioners and help them through the stay-at-home lockdowns. Many institutions have turned to online streaming of services or Zoom meetings and e-mailing prerecorded services. By offering these digital platforms churches continue to provide comfort and help the community practice their faith while staying connected despite social distancing.
If you were one of the lucky recipients of a new phone, tablet, laptop or tv, congratulations!
However, you might have noticed that when you watch the display of your new device you find that you see more of your reflection than what’s on the screen. Even if your device came with a screen protector film installed it probably was more for scratch resistance than glare elimination. And when you take your phone, tablet or laptop outside it becomes impossible to see past the glare.
Filmmaking has been revolutionized by computerization and modern techniques. In the beginning the director relied on a cinematographer to capture the scene and then waiting around for the film to be processed and see the result. Then if not correct they had to reshoot the scene and wait around again. This took a very long time and lots of money for the actors and production people to make movies.
If you have not been in a school classroom lately you would not know that the old blackboard and chalk have gone the way of the dinosaur. Most classrooms today use a white board or some type of electronic monitor like a Prometheus Board to conduct lessons and show presentations to the students.