Offering a brightness level of 35,000 center lumens, the HDQ-4K35 projector is capable of showing native 4K content at 60 Hz frame rates. It features a unique integrated design with internal power supply, rental frame and no external chimney fan. Whats more, the HDQ-4K35 is fully ready to be combined with Barcos groundbreaking 4K screen management system, which allows native 4K projector blending.
Thanks to its 4K (4,096 x 2,160) resolution, 60 Hz frame rate, Xenon 6.5kW lamp and high-contrast optical engine, the HDQ-4K35 delivers razor-sharp images to boost live events with stunning visuals in vibrant, rich colors. Rental companies that already own a fleet of HDQ-2K40 projectors can reuse their XLD lenses for the HDQ-4K35 projector or opt for dedicated 4K lenses if higher lens shifts are needed to achieve the right image.
A perfect match for E2
Offering native 4K input and output, the Barco E2 image processor is the only screen management system on the market able to manage a 32 projector blend using the HDQ-4K35 with refresh rates up to 60 Hz.
Designed for the road
Perfect for a multitude of rental & staging applications, the HDQ-4K35 boasts a unique integrated design with internal power supply, rental frame and no external chimney fan. Designed with the road in mind, the HDQ-4K35 comes with a rugged metal chassis to withstand the challenging conditions of continuous shipping.
Barco, a global technology company, designs and develops visualization solutions for a variety of selected professional markets: medical imaging, media & entertainment, infrastructure & utilities, traffic & transportation, defense & security, education & training and corporate AV. In these markets Barco offers user-friendly imaging products that optimize productivity and business efficiency. Its innovative hard- and software solutions integrate all aspects of the imaging chain, from image acquisition and processing to image display and management. Barco has its own facilities for Sales & Marketing, Customer Support, R&D and Manufacturing in Europe, America and Asia-Pacific. The company (NYSE, Euronext Brussels: BAR) is active in more than 90 countries and employs 3,500 staff worldwide. In 2008 Barco posted sales of 742 million euro.
Video projectors such as a digital video projector or an LCD projector are an alternative to regular video screens in that they project images directly onto a screen, rather than projecting the video from behind as a television or monitor does. Video projectors use a lens system and project an extremely bright beam of light onto a screen. Modern video projectors such as a 3 chip DLP projector have are extremely intricate and able to correct inconsistencies in the image such as blurriness and curvature. Video projectors are commonly used in concerts and theatres, and they have many other applications in educational and business settings. They can also be used as part of a home theater system. There are a vast range of different video projectors available. The old CRT projectors are surprisingly still quite widely used, as they are able to project a very large image size, although the bulkiness of the cabinet is not so popular. For professional use in theatres and concerts, the DLP projector is one of the preferred models. DLP video projectors use 1, 2 or 3 Digital Micromirror Devices, called DMDs, which are essentially microfabricated light valves. The 1 chip DLP projector and the 2 chip DLP projector have been known to experience a problem however ‚?? viewers can sometimes perceive a ‚??rainbow‚?Ě on the projection screen, and so the 3 chip DLP projector is more popular, as this is able to display each primary color in a simultaneous fashion, so the problem doesn‚??t occur. The LCD flat panel model is perhaps one of the most popular video projectors for home and business use, as it is both affordable and simple to use. Other video projectors include the LCoS projector, LED projectors, Laser Diode projectors and hybrid LED/Laser Diode projectors.