The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted a product variance for Barco’s 6 primary laser 3D (6P) laser-illuminated projector. The FDA has also granted approval for a predefined laser show variance, allowing U.S.-based exhibitors to safely install the 4K Barco laser projector without excessive legal constraints and extra costs. In this way, exhibitors who install the Barco laser projector do not need to prove compliancy with the same stringent regulations as laser light shows.
Christie has announced that its long-term partner Sonic Equipment Company recently reached a milestone with the installation of its 1,000th Christie Solaria Series DLP Cinema projector.
Santikos’ Palladium cinema in San Antonio, Texas has acquired Barco’s new 4K 6P laser projector. The 19-screen Palladium cinema is the chain’s flagship property in central Texas.
Barco has announced that its long-time customer Cinemark is the first exhibitor to purchase its new laser projector, which was unveiled at CinemaCon last week.
Christie will unveil what it is calling the world’s first 6-primary 4K laser projector in the company’s Innovation Theatre at CinemaCon at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, March 24-28.
Christie today announced that it will demonstrate its most advanced laser projection architecture and Dolby 3D in the Christie Innovation Theaters in Las Vegas during CinemaCon 2014 March 24-27 and the National Association of Broadcasters NAB Show April 5-10. Last August Christie became the first to receive a US FDA approval of variance allowing the sale and installation of laser projectors in movie theaters and installed the world’s first commercial laser projection system at the Seattle Cinerama Theatre.
Cinemeccanica and IMG Cinemas Multiplex have introduced what the companies are calling the first immersive cinema in the world. Located in Venezia Mestre, Italy, the theatre opened last week.
Qube Cinema will provide its True 4K 3D system to help power a series of laser projection demonstrations being shown by Laser Light Engines the week of November 11 in Burbank.
Laser Light Engines, NEC Display Solutions and others will join in a series of digital cinema laser projection demonstrations the week of November 11 in Burbank, California.
Laser Light Engines will hold a series of invitation-only demonstrations of its latest laser projection technology at the Technicolor Interop Technology Center in Burbank, California, the week of November 11.