Barco Escape, a New Multi-Screen Theatrical Format, to Debut September 19

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At CinemaCon last March in Las Vegas, Barco debuted a new theatrical concept that featured three screens in the theater — a main screen and two side screens. The idea was to offer a more immersive experience, which they showed with some compelling content. Now, Barco Escape is ready to roll out this fall in […]

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NVIDIA Shows a High Resolution Display Solution Based on Cascaded Display Panels

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By Norbert Hildebrand Display Central High resolution displays in mobile applications are a definite trend among new devices, even though this trend may be more driven by marketing thinking than actual necessity. Most people will not be able to see a difference between a 5″ HD (294ppi) and full HD (440ppi) display, but it makes […]

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The Future of Display Industry Trends- Survey Results

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Recently, Display Central asked its readers their thoughts on some of the trends in professional and consumer display-based products. A survey was sent out containing ten questions; the original questions and answers along with comments can be found here. Many of the questions focus on display-based technology five years in the future and how respondents […]

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INFOGRAPHIC | The Future of Display Industry Trends

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Display Central recently asked their readers about the trends in professional and consumer display-based products. The survey and answers can be found here. We have created an infographic detailing the questions and survey results – an insider’s look at the future of some display industry trends. If you have any questions, be sure to let […]

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Audience Entertainment Discusses Interactive Digital Cinema

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By Matt Brennesholtz Display Central Audience Entertainment and Barco announced on March 18th a partnership creating a new interactive technology platform for moviegoers called iD — Interactive Dimension. iD builds upon digital projection and 3D technology to create a new cinema environment allowing moviegoers to physically connect and control the screen’s content the moment they […]

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