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New 3D Events Projector From Barco

Posted by Nikhil on 02/03 at 04:57 PM in




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Barco has announced a new compact 3D events projector. The HDX-W14 has three-chip DLP platform designed for mid-sized event venues. With advanced image processing, increased and easy control options, and a compact design.

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The HDX-W14 comes with a 14,000 lumens light output, a WUXGA (1920x1200) resolution and active 3D capabilities. It features controls through a user-friendly, built-in LCD screen with a preview mode, and control options through wired and wireless IP. Furthermore, users can control the projector through new technologies such as tablet PCs and smart phones.

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“The development of the HDX was heavily influenced by three key areas where Barco has gained considerable expertise,” explains Chris Colpaert, Strategic Marketing Director of Barco's pro AV business, “We carried over our experience in 3D from our digital cinema portfolio and fused it with our intimate knowledge of what the events industry will expect from projectors now and in the coming years. For example, the HDX is compatible with the 3G protocol, gearing it up for lightning-fast, future video transmission.”

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Source: Barco

Comments

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