The cinema chain CCA Argentina Cinemacenter has chosen Doremi's IMS1000AR Integrated Media Server, as part of their investment, to install with their new NEC laser projection system.
Barco’s award-winning 4K 6P laser-illuminated projectors are currently shipping globally.
Barco’s newest 6P 4K-laser projector, the DP4K-60L, has won an award at the 2014 Beijing International Radio, TV & Film Equipment Exhibition (BIRTV).
In a special technical session of the Giant Screen Cinema Association conference scheduled for September 23 at the Cineplex Cinemas Queensway in Toronto, Christie is teaming with Harkness Screens and Electrosonic to demonstrate a premium giant screen cinema experience.
Barco announced today that Arts Alliance Media’s Screenwriter Theater Management System is the first TMS to support Barco’s Alchemy integrated cinema media processor. This feature will be available to all current and future Screenwriter users, allowing them to easily integrate projection systems equipped with the Barco Alchemy technology into their circuits.
Harkness Screens has modified its fourth generation 2D and 3D screen surface, Clarus XC 170 to further improve performance with laser projection.
The Dutch cinema chain JT Bioscopen is installing a Barco 6 primary Laser3D (6P) laser-illuminated projector in its brand-new Hilversum Media Park seven-screen multiplex. With 21 multiplexes in 19 cities around the country, JT Bioscopen is the second largest theater chain in The Netherlands.
Christie today announced that it has installed a laser projection system at the Shanghai Film Art Center. The first movie screened on the new system was Godzilla. The Shanghai Film Art Center, the first cineplex to be built in China, has also just installed the Oriental Mega Screen.
Barco has hired laser projection pioneer Bill Beck to work closely with its sales and research and development teams to further expand its reach into global markets.
The Laser Illuminated Projector Association applauds the efforts of the International Electrotechnical Commission for the May 16 publication of IEC 60825-1:2014, also known as Edition 3. This standard acknowledges, among many other updates, that laser-illuminated projectors should be classified the same way as lamp-based projectors, rather than as laser light show products. This action effectively acknowledges that the light emitted from laser projectors is unlike that of collimated laser beams used in light shows or other direct laser beam products.