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psgolfer
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Re: Sim Room Pictures or Videos

Postby psgolfer » Fri Jan 05, 2018 11:47 am

Tretee wrote:The ProV1 in this case was used as an example of a ball that is very durable and better than most with respect to scuff marks created by wedges.
Tried chrome soft a while back. That ball will get scuff marks by just taking it in and out of the pocket 2 times :-)

The main point I wanted to make was that it's not reasonable to expect that you will be able to avoid scuffed balls. It simply cost to much if you expect to use wedges. My PW spin is around 9k and the 60 - 52 wedges can be as high as 12k. I have never heard of a screen material that can take that for more than 1 year assuming you play a round several days / week. But then again I have never tried one of those very expensive screens and my screen is stretched to be perfectly flat.

Next time I change my screen I will try this material.
https://www.ahh.biz/manufacturing/golf_ ... cement.php
Looks very promising w.r.t. spinning ball tolerance.


I use TP5x balls and just switched to a Carls Premium. IT's the same price as that link above tretee and there are no seams and the picture quality is great. I've had it for about 2 months (give or take) and not 1 scuff. I have a small smudge on the backside from my 5 year old but that's it.
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rrezk23
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Re: Sim Room Pictures or Videos

Postby rrezk23 » Fri Jan 19, 2018 2:39 pm

I have attached pictures of my initial construction idea that I am going to be getting estimates on in the very near future. Any recommendations on the new plans much appreciated. I have tried to attach photos of what my current quick set up in the area looks like but it says the images are to large once I get more time to mess with that I will post them as well.

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rrezk23
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Re: Sim Room Pictures or Videos

Postby rrezk23 » Fri Jan 19, 2018 4:47 pm

Got one of the pics of my current quick setup to post

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Re: Sim Room Pictures or Videos

Postby torreypines » Sat Jan 20, 2018 9:52 am

rrezk23 wrote:I have attached pictures of my initial construction idea that I am going to be getting estimates on in the very near future. Any recommendations on the new plans much appreciated. I have tried to attach photos of what my current quick set up in the area looks like but it says the images are to large once I get more time to mess with that I will post them as well.

sim_room_3.jpg
sim_room_2.jpg
Sim_Room_1.jpg


Great design. Thank you for sharing. Consider extending the screen to 16 feet wide. It appears you have enough room. By doing so you can have a 16 x 10 foot screen in which a WUXGA projector can project a true WUXGA (1920x1200) 16 x 10 foot image.

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Re: Sim Room Pictures or Videos

Postby rrezk23 » Sat Jan 20, 2018 1:19 pm

torreypines wrote:
rrezk23 wrote:I have attached pictures of my initial construction idea that I am going to be getting estimates on in the very near future. Any recommendations on the new plans much appreciated. I have tried to attach photos of what my current quick set up in the area looks like but it says the images are to large once I get more time to mess with that I will post them as well.

sim_room_3.jpg
sim_room_2.jpg
Sim_Room_1.jpg


Great design. Thank you for sharing. Consider extending the screen to 16 feet wide. It appears you have enough room. By doing so you can have a 16 x 10 foot screen in which a WUXGA projector can project a true WUXGA (1920x1200) 16 x 10 foot image.



Thank you! I have like absolute no knowledge when it comes to the screen sizes and projectors. I have 10'6" of clearance right now and am expecting it to go down a couple inches once the drywall and carpeting go on the ceiling. So say I have only like 10'2" or 3" will that be enough room to have a 10' high screen? I plan on having walls built in from the sides to attach the screen with bungees and was planning on having eye hooks in the ceiling to attach the screen on the top.

If I did a 15' foot would I be able to do 9.375' height on the screen and get that same true 1920x1200 so it would be the same ratio as 16x10?

Thanks!


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