- Fixed Frame Projection Screen
- Motorized Projection Screen
- Curved Frame Projection Screen
- Ultra Thin Frame Projection Screen
- Portable Projection Screen
- Projector Brackets
[Barco's single-projector passive stereo imaging technology that has nothing to do with the screen] Business projection screen technology introduction
Planetariums, science centers, research units or other institutions can use a projector to play flat or three-dimensional images on flat, curved or even spherical displays, so that the audience can be immersed in a realistic virtual environment. Scientists who use standard active stereo images to analyze complex data can now share their research with more audiences by converting their Galaxy+ system from standard active stereo mode to Infitec stereo vision mode.
Active Infitec technology is included as an optional feature in all Galaxy+ series projectors of Barco's virtual reality system. Barco's display solutions (such as Trace and Deuce repositionable stand-alone systems, customized I-Space and Holospace immersion rooms, and MoVE reconfigurable virtual environments) combine active stereo and easy-to-use passive stereo modes. Through continuous technological innovation, it has become possible to use a Galaxy+ projector with a high refresh rate to project high-quality Infitec stereo images on an ordinary screen (that is, without a professional polarized screen).
At the same time, in order to ensure seamless operation in the multi-channel display system, Barco’s Galaxy Active Infitec projectors have adopted a large number of dedicated functions: such as Dynacolor technology to eliminate the color changes between the channels and between the left and right eyes. CLO (Constant Light Output) ensures that all projectors in a multi-channel system maintain the same brightness and contrast, regardless of lamp life. Moreover, its proprietary optical soft-edge matching enables images to achieve true and seamless fusion even in dark environments, and at the same time can display more details through the unique ECR (Enhanced Contrast) function.