Galaxy NW-7

Galaxy NW-7

3D stereo, network-centric, 7,000 lumens, WUXGA, three-chip DLP projector

This product is no longer available, and no longer supported as of 30/04/2019.
Please consult Barco's current product offering.

Barco's Galaxy NW-7 is the most cost-effective three-chip DLP projector designed for multi-channel applications on the market today. It features both active 3D stereo and patented active Infitec capabilities.

With its built-in active 3D stereo capabilities, Barco's Galaxy NW-7 comes readily equipped for applications that require 3D, including geophysical data analysis, product design, architectural simulation or scientific research. Its dual link DVI input maintains a full digital link between IG and projector without compromising stereo rates.

Better collaboration and enhanced decision-making

The Galaxy NW-7 is fully compatible with Barco's XDS Control Center software suite. This means you can display and control multiple sources simultaneously, in any mix of 2D and 3D, in a familiar Windows desktop environment. With mouse and keyboard, you can easily move and resize these source windows. The XDS Control Center also allows you to use other networked desktops remotely, send your own desktop to the display, and makes video conferencing much easier.

Optimized for system integration

 Barco’s Galaxy NW-7 is optimized for multi-projector system integration through various features:

Edge blending technology creates one continuous image without blurry overlap zones where projections converge.
DynaColor and linked constant light output (CLO) ensure the same light and color levels across the entire screen.
Warping (geometry correction) enables accurate projection from different angles and across spherical or curved surfaces.

See this product in action

WfX 2014

30 September 2014 - 02 October 2014
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center - USA

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More information

Order number:

  • R9040406
    (Galaxy NW-7)

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Würzburg University

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