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Barco is a global technology leader that develops networked visualization solutions for the entertainment, enterprise and healthcare markets. Its solutions make a visible impact, allowing people to enjoy compelling entertainment experiences; to foster knowledge sharing and smart decision-making in organizations and to help hospitals provide their patients with the best possible healthcare.

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Barco in ‘Wonderland’: come meet us at EAS 2015
Posted on Tuesday, October 6, 2015


How can theme parks, water parks, museums, zoos, etc. thrill and captivate their visitors? Over 9,000 leisure and attractions professionals have gathered in Gothenburg, Sweden, today, for Euro Attractions Show (EAS) 2015: a two-day plunge into the world of attractions – and the attractions business - anno 2015. At the Barco booth, we’ll show them how Barco solutions help ‘create moments, enrich lives’. How can theme parks, water parks, museums, zoos, etc. thrill and captivate their visitors? Over 9,000 leisure and attractions professionals have gathered in Gothenburg, Sweden, today, for Euro Attractions Show (EAS) 2015: a two-day plunge into the world of attractions – and the attractions business - anno 2015. At the Barco booth, we’ll show them how Barco solutions help ‘create moments, enrich lives’.

   

Immersive Tunnel at Bobbejaanland
With the level of interactive technology in our homes advancing rapidly, today’s consumers expect out-of-home leisure activities to exceed their wildest dreams. Barco offers a broad portfolio of solutions to help amusement parks and museums uplift the visitor experience.

Just a few examples? In May 2015, theme park Bobbejaanland (Belgium), part of the Parques Reunidos group, inaugurated ‘The Forbidden Caves' - a hi-tech, 3D media-based, dark ride set up by Holovis. The very first ‘Immersive Tunnel’ attraction in the Benelux, 'The Forbidden Caves' manages to completely immerse visitors in the story. Barco’s contribution: an immense display wall consisting of seven Barco F85 units.

Immersive history at Mons Memorial Museum
Another recent Barco achievement is the set-up at the Memorial Museum in Mons, European Capital of Culture 2015. “We wanted to create a place where new technologies like 3D projectors, serious games and interactive tables would give both form and depth to the historical content. The technology really had to help us plunge the visitors into the wartime experiences of both soldiers and civilians,” said Martial Prévert, the museum’s scenographer. Barco’s single-chip DLP® F32 projectors, installed by Ocular, are one of the secrets to the museum’s success!

Engage and entertain
Drop by our booth B447 at EAS 2015 to discover how our wide range of reliable, high-quality visualization technology helps to engage and entertain visitors. One of the stars at our stand is our F50 projector – the first lamp-based, single chip DLP projector that combines WWXGA and Panorama resolution with active 3D stereo and high frame rates. In addition, we’ll showcase the RLM-W14 projector, which offers Active Stereo 2D and provides video over a single CAT 5 cable. The show is, of course, also the perfect place to talk with our experts. We really hope to meet you there!
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