Barco is teaming up with AV industry visionary and rAVe Pubs founder Gary Kayye to support his popular session “4K: No Myths, No Exaggerations – just the Facts,” providing its latest entry into the large venue projector category: the UDX-4K32 laser phosphor projecto.
This popular presentation has been a fixture on the Almo E4 AV Tour spanning the nation and is making a special appearance at InfoComm in Orlando, Florida on 15 June 10:30 am – 12:00 Noon. Kayye has been a long-time fan of Barco’s innovation in projection and collaboration-based meeting room solutions, having extolled the virtues of its 4K projectors and ClickShare for several years.
“When I envisioned this 4K educational session over a year ago, I needed an actual 4K projector since I developed it, and wanted to deliver it, natively in 4K; so I turned to Barco’s Digital Cinema team,” comments Kayye. “They came through. It’s been a flawless 4K presentation, and we’ve trained well over 8,000 ProAV integrators and sales people in the intricacies of 4K signals and displays.”
Kayye’s session explores real versus pseudo 4K, explaining how the industry can benefit from implementing 4K projection in the meeting room. The InfoComm version (session ISO73 – 4K: No Myths, No Exaggerations – Just the Facts) will be held on Thursday, 15 June at 10:30 am. Click here to register.
The UDX 4K laser phosphor projector for large venues and events offers a platform that enables rental companies and AV integrators to provide 4K at all price and applications levels. The UDX range combines a compact and rugged design available in five models.
“We are thrilled to provide the projection power for Gary’s 4K session to showcase his presentation in its best light,” comments Scott Stremple, Vice President Sales – Entertainment for Barco. “His insights on the industry and AV trends have been extremely valuable to us in our quest to develop cutting-edge products that fulfill our customers’ needs, and drive image presentation and visual spectaculars toward greater heights.”
Barco is at InfoComm in Booth #3601 and you can see the UDX line here.