So, at my office, we have a meeting room that we occasionally do presentations on via a projector. At the moment, I haul a portable screen into there that is... in poor shape. It looks pretty unprofessional, and while not a ton of work, the thing is kinda ghetto and a pain to move around (I'm not one to complain about ten minutes of work once every month or so, though). So, I was thinking I could wall mount a projector screen in the meeting room, let it hang down in front of our white board. I was looking at something like this
. I did a bunch of work like this in college, and had good experience with DA-LITE screens. What I'm curious about is the wall mounting; I'm guessing I'd need to use something like these
, but I notice you need to have your own screws or whatever for mounting them. I think we have plaster walls, so I think we'd need some sort of anchor to secure it with, but I don't know (while I'm not terrible with hardware, this isn't exactly my forte).
I would also consider a ceiling mount (or other alternatives), but we've got tile ceilings (those thin, metal rails with, like, particle board or pressboard tiles), which I would assume would make a ceiling mount difficult, if not impossible. And while we're willing to pay for this, it's not something we use super-often, so expense is definitely a consideration, and those screens seem very inexpensive.
So, basically, I'm looking for help with what the best method for mounting would be, or any other suggestions (or tell me why I'm crazy).