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Barco hosts virtual training on Event Master hardware

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Barco, the technology company focusing on innovative visualization solutions, is hosting live streaming education sessions on its Event Master hardware product line. 

Barco is pleased to announce that it will continue hosting virtual training sessions covering aspects of its Event Master hardware, following positive feedback on the first session. The company will be holding weekly live-streamed webinars on the Event Master hardware product line for image processing.

Firstly, there will be an introductory session, showcasing the Event Master product line as well as the accompanying software. This will be followed by later sessions to provide more technical details.

Online training

Those in the APAC region can join Barco for the first session of this series on Tuesday 21 April, from 9 – 11 SGT. This is followed by the first US session on Wednesday 22 April, from 9 – 11 PDT. The EMEA session took place last week. Tune into this introductory session if you are searching for a reliable programming tool for events.

These sessions will be followed by further online training covering more technical aspects of Event Master, showing good operational habits, in addition to information on extra resources and certifications.

Space is limited and can be booked by email. Include the subject line: choice of region (EMEA/APAC/US) + E2 Training session.

The Barco team is also working on future sessions in other languages, including French, Italian, Spanish and Chinese.

Virtual education

Barco also recently hosted a successful webinar on the use of technology in immersive visitor attractions. The session was well attended and featured Augustin de Cointet de Fillain from Culturespaces, Yannick Kohn from Modulo Pi and Leander Werbrouck from Barco, exploring the trend for immersive experiences and how technology is used to create them.

During this webinar, the team of experts looked at some of the key trends in museums, as they adapt to a world that is driven by the need for experiences and entertainment.

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