The Kumon Method, originally developed in Japan as a highly successful way of educating students, boasts schools all over the world, in over 45 countries. For their annual conference of 2009, they called upon integrator Takenaka, who in turn sought out Barco to provide the world-class event with advanced visualization. On three big screens, a 22,000 lumens, three-chip DLP projector was used in conjunction with a versatile image processing system, to make sure the conference would have the image quality it deserved.