Inflatable Swimming Pool Movie Screen

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Entertainment, Tech

We’re always looking for ways to liven up our next house party, and the 110″ Swimming Pool Movie Screen could be the most awesome option to date.

Created by the team at Superior Inflatables, this backyard movie screen provides a 8 feet by 4.5 feet screen to watch all of your favorite movies on, and even hook up a video game console to get down on some LAN tournaments (although we wouldn’t recommend bringing the controllers into the water). Simply inflate the movie screen, tie down the restraints, and you’re ready to roll. Setup is extremely easy, and the screen supports both front and rear projection, producing a 16:9 aspect ratio. Now we just need to build a pool big enough to accommodate this bad boy.

If you already have the swimming pool, purchase your own inflatable movie theater from Amazon.

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