Projection solutions that bring the “performance” back into the performing arts
Established in 1997, the New National Theatre in Tokyo (NNTT) is one of the most prestigious performing arts centers in Japan. The NNTT is home to three theatres: the Opera House with 1,814 seats, the Playhouse, and the Pit. These three venues enable a wide range of performances, including operas, ballet, dance, and theatrical plays. To ensure the provision of high-quality shows into the future, the NNTT recently installed four new Barco HDF-W26 DLP projectors.
Developed especially for use in large venues, the projectors are equipped with a high-contrast three-chip DLP engine and xenon illumination up to 26,000 lumens. These features enable the HDF-W26 to consistently deliver crisp, clear images, even in situations with abundant ambient light, such as opera performances. As such, they are an invaluable asset in immersing audiences in the world of the performing arts. In addition, the projector’s proven reliability and low total cost of ownership make it a powerful and cost-effective solution for years to come.