Barco, the technology company focusing on innovative visualization solutions, has expanded its laser portfolio with the new single-chip G100 projector.
Barco has announced that it will be hosting a special live webinar to highlight the capabilities of its latest product, the G100 projector, a single-chip projector with native WUXGA resolution. This is available in three brightness variants: 16.000, 19.000 and 22.000 lumens and is capable of providing high-quality images in both indoor and outdoor settings.
“The G100 is developed for those applications that require high brightness and powerful laser projection at an affordable price,” says Richard Marples, Sales Enablement Director Immersive Experiences at Barco. “With its outstanding price-performance ratio, these new models are a great addition to Barco’s projection offering and the perfect fit for any creative project.”
Introducing the G100
The G100 supports the latest input sources, including HDMI 2.0. This means that it can provide deep colour palettes. It also boasts low noise levels, making it a good choice for indoor installations.
Furthermore, the projector features Barco’s new GC-lens range, with throw ratios from 0.38 up to 10.8, and a large shift capability. The onboard cooling means that the G100 can withstand a maximum ambient operating temperature of 50°C (122°F), meaning it is suitable for high-brightness projections.
This new projector range has been given an A-score by the ecoscoring team and a Barco ECO product label, thanks to the work done by the company to lower the device’s power consumption, extend the lifetime of its light source, in order to lessen its ecological footprint.
Barco will be showcasing the G100 in a live webinar on Tuesday 19 January 2021, where attendees will be able to learn more about the projector’s capabilities and ask questions of the expert team. The first session will take place at 10 am CET, followed by a second session at 5 pm CET. To register for a place, please click here.
At the end of last year, Barco also announced that it had provided projection solutions to the Memory Lane Museum Complex in Russia for an immersive WWII experience.