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Barco designs technology to enable bright outcomes. Beyond the image, we develop sight, sound, and sharing solutions to help you work together, share insights, and wow audiences. Our focus is on three core markets: Enterprise (meeting and corporate spaces, control rooms), Healthcare (radiology, clinical specialties, operating rooms), and Entertainment (movie theaters, live events, attractions).

Model: UniSee Present UPW-420 16HD0UHD XX

UniSee Present for Windows UPW-420 is a compact and cost-effective video wall controller perfectly suited for visualizing Windows-based applications and/or locally connected HDMI inputs on a Barco Uni
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Barco lights up the sky at Lumenocity music festival
Posted on Friday, September 25, 2015
Lumenocity

Commanding an encore performance, Barco large venue projectors powered a stunning projection mapping on the façade of the historic Music Hall in Cincinnati, Ohio, during Lumenocity® 2015, an annual summer concert and community festival.

A moving symphonic and visual spectacular
Lumenocity encompasses five days of live musical entertainment, Cincinnati’s best food, drinks, family fun, crafts and entertainment in Lumenocity Village. The sold-out event entertained 15,000+ visitors, in addition to thousands of viewers of live webcasts and radio, Simulcast and local TV broadcasts. 

Eight Barco HDQ-2K40 projectors were used to create a 270-foot by 130-foot image projected onto the city’s grand home of the Cincinnati symphony, opera and ballet. The visual spectacular served as a dynamic backdrop to enrich a combined musical performance by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the May Festival Chorus, reflecting the theme “Masters and Dreamers.” 

Click here to see how the show came to life in the “Making of…” video.

Click here to see the live show here as broadcasted on Cincinnati’s public television station website, CETconnect.

Photos courtesy of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and photographers AJ Waltz, Mark Lyons and Philip Groshong.

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