has recently created a demo facility at
Niles Creative Group
in New York’s financial district the historic 26 Broadway building. The facility showcases various Barco products, including
HD video projectors
, image processors,
LiveDots LED video walls
, control room solutions, rear projection video walls,
High End Systems lighting
dZine digital signage systems
simplifies the demo facility’s operation to make it easy for salespeople to turn on and off the entire system as well as run presentations that showcase the various different products, all from an elegant
iPad WebPanel interface
Medialon system controls and synchronizes video
played back from AJA KiPro players, a 7th Sense Delta server, and various dZine digital signage players. Conventional and LED Lighting, as well as High End Systems DL3s are controlled from a High End Systems Road Hog console, taking commands from Medialon Manager via Midi Show Control. Barco HDX and RLM projectors are controlled by Manager and provide return information about lamp life and status. A Barco Folsom FSN and ImagePro video processors manage source switching, picture in picture, and scaling of the various sources, including from ClickShare, to the various projectors and LED walls. An assortment of LED video wall solutions, both for indoor and outdoor are showcased, including the C5, CX8, C7, NX4, T20, V-6, and V-10 products.
From input on the iPad’s
, Manager can control the brightness of each LED wall independently, allowing each video wall to be demonstrated alone or all of them to work together as one big display. The C5 video wall and the lighting trusses are connected to a motor control system that is also linked to the Medialon system for cueing during the presentations, allowing the video wall to roll off and hide behind a curtain and the trusses to fly in for demonstration of the DL3s and LED lighting gear.
Show content was provided by Niles Creative Group. The Project Manager from Barco was Erik Iversen and Eric Cantrell from Medialon assisted with the installation and programming.
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