The “Tim Burton, Labyrinth” is a sample of the filmmaker’s unfettered creativity. Each visitor experience is unique, as each person gets to choose the door through which they want to enter to continue and build their own path through the labyrinth, thus having endless possibilities. Visitors will go through the gloomy yet magical forest of The Corpse Bride, meet the Tragic Toys, while trying not to lose their heads with the Queen of Hearts. The experience ends when a total of 15 rooms are completed through a sensory tour with surprises that leaves no one indifferent.
LETSGO, the producer of the exhibition, appointed Barco’s partner Fluge Audiovisuales to oversee the supply of lighting, video and sound equipment for this immersive experience. Among the AV materials are twenty-seven G60-W7 Barco laser projectors which set the tone in the different rooms with imaginative projections.
Explaining the choice for Barco projectors, Fernando Carabias, from Fluge Audiovisuales says: “We trust in Barco G60-W7 for its performance, its compact and reduced design, its noise reduction thanks to the single chip DLT technology and the versatility in its range of optics.”
The labyrinth set-up of the fifteen rooms brought with its own challenges. The G60 series’ compact size and short-throw lens capabilities are unique in the market. The projectors adopt lenses with different zoom ratios to meet the needs of projection at narrow, short, and long distances.
The Barco projectors bring the gothic aesthetic to life with precise matching of the images to trigger the best immersive experience in every room.
Product Technical Manager, Fluge AV