Add colour to your drab garage door

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SYDNEY in­ven­tor Hal Cald­well is stretch­ing the hori­zons of the hum­ble garage roller door with his unique printed screens.

Cald­well has just re­leased his Rolling View screens onto the Aus­tralian market but the con­cept has been seven years in the mak­ing, start­ing soon af­ter he pur­chased an in­ner city-Sydney ter­race in 2009.

“Like many Sydney homes my back­yard opens onto the rear laneway, cour­tesy of a rolling garage door, sadly this is an ugly, util­i­tar­ian view, so I came up with Rolling View,” Cald­well says.

Peo­ple can trans­form their dull roller door view with a choice of hun­dreds of im­ages, with­out los­ing the func­tion­al­ity of their door, Cald­well says.

But printed im­ages aren’t the only op­tion.

There’s a Rolling View pro­jec­tion screen which trans­forms your out­door space into a home the­atre, ideal for the big game or movie night.

“What is re­ally ex­cit­ing is you don’t just have to have a pic­ture, you can project home movies, sport­ing games or just am­bi­ent im­ages to cre­ate at­mos­phere,” Cald­well says.

The im­age is printed onto a sprung roller blind which is mounted di­rectly in front of your garage door, Cald­well says.

Rolling View is help­ing trans­form back­yards and, as Cald­well says, “bring­ing some colour to what was pre­vi­ously a blank space”. For more in­for­ma­tion go to rollingview.com.au

Rolling View trans­forms garage doors with pho­to­graphic im­ages and graph­ics that do not in­ter­fere with the doors func­tion­al­ity.

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