## Short Throw Projector Screen Size Calculator

Here is a comprehensive table that provides key details for determining screen sizes when using a short throw projector. The table outlines various screen sizes, along with the corresponding throw distances, aspect ratios, and optimal viewing distances:

Screen Size (Diagonal) | Aspect Ratio | Throw Distance | Recommended Viewing Distance | Resolution |
---|---|---|---|---|

80 inches | 16:9 | 2.5 – 3.5 feet | 6.5 – 10 feet | 1080p / 4K |

100 inches | 16:9 | 3.5 – 5 feet | 8 – 12 feet | 1080p / 4K |

120 inches | 16:9 | 4.5 – 6 feet | 10 – 15 feet | 1080p / 4K |

150 inches | 16:9 | 6 – 8 feet | 12.5 – 19 feet | 1080p / 4K |

80 inches | 4:3 | 2.5 – 3.5 feet | 6.5 – 10 feet | 1080p / 4K |

100 inches | 4:3 | 3.5 – 5 feet | 8 – 12 feet | 1080p / 4K |

120 inches | 4:3 | 4.5 – 6 feet | 10 – 15 feet | 1080p / 4K |

150 inches | 4:3 | 6 – 8 feet | 12.5 – 19 feet | 1080p / 4K |

### Key Terms:

**Screen Size (Diagonal)**: The diagonal measurement of the screen in inches.**Aspect Ratio**: The ratio of the screenâ€™s width to its height (e.g., 16:9 is standard widescreen, 4:3 is more square).**Throw Distance**: The distance between the projector and the screen for optimal projection size.**Recommended Viewing Distance**: The ideal distance from the screen for an immersive experience.**Resolution**: The number of pixels in each dimension, with 1080p (Full HD) and 4K being common resolutions.