Convert your standard HDTV or 4K/UHDTV home theater projector to the full performance of UltraWide cinema.

Bring back that lost brightness and resolution you’re wasting by projecting those black bars.

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Today’s home theater projectors display the aspect ratio of standard HDTV, but 70% of the most popular movies are actually made in the UltraWide format – much wider than HDTV – so they need to be squeezed down between two black letterbox bars. Well, even if you try zooming up those black bars above and below an UltraWide projection screen, the fact is that those bars are still there and they’re created by turning off 25% of your projector’s resolution while trapping 25% of your projector’s light and converting it to heat. That’s why we’ve worked directly with home theater projector manufacturers so that every one of today’s leading models can be converted with our anamorphic lenses to the full cinema UltraWide aspect ratio of all those movies. That means more pixels on your screen for higher performance, no unnecessary light loss, higher brightness, no more black bars (even on your walls), and ultimately increasing the overall visual performance of your entire home theater investment by an amazing 30%.


Read more about why thousands have chosen anamorphic UltraWide projection for their home theaters …

Why choose the UltraWide 2.40:1 screen aspect ratio instead of the 16:9 ratio of HDTV? … 

Why choose an anamorphic UltraWide projection system instead of just zooming up your projector’s letterbox image to fill your UltraWide screen? …


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 Many thanks to our world-class projection partners who have integrated Panamorph UltraWide
anamorphic lens modes into their leading home theater projector models.