Dallas, Texas, US - 2013
“Burst was chosen by First Baptist Dallas to integrate the sanctuary video production and projection systems. The systems contribute to the congregations’ experience of services via the large projection screen which provides stunning HD video. Barco’s projectors beautifully produce every frame of video and have been completely reliable,” comments Robin Heywood, President of Burst.
“We’ve worked with Barco projectors on numerous event stages, and really value them for their excellent brightness and contrast in ambient lighting situations, as well as their ease of integration,” comments Seth Morth of Clair Brothers. “They definitely give our customers a high-performance projector for less cost than other alternatives on the market.”
In addition to the projectors for the main Worship Center sanctuary, First Baptist Dallas installed an HDF-W22 projector at the adjacent event center as well as eleven RLM-W8 projectors for the Youth Center’s classrooms and meeting spaces.
2023 · Belgium
The KMSKA is a museum housing a top collection of fine art from the 14th to the 20th century with international appeal. After being closed for eleven years, the cultural icon re-opened its doors at the end of September 2022 to welcome visitors back in a renovated and extended museum. Included in the renewed museum is a Barco-powered projection space where visitors are immersed in painting details.
2023 · Madrid, ES
“Tim Burton, Labyrinth” was inaugurated in September 2022, at Espacio Ibercaja Delicias in Madrid. This immersive exhibition, unique in the world, takes place in an authentic labyrinth where attendees are invited to discover Tim Burton’s eccentric world. The famous film director’s distinctive universe is recreated through carnivalesque statues of his characters and video projections of his extensive filmography, sketches and original works.
2023 · Beijing, CN
The Shougang Park, built in 1919, took on the successful closing ceremony of the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games and is a new landmark of the city's revival. After renovation, it became a modern exhibition venue. On New Year's Eve, Shougang Park, the host of Beijing's New Year's countdown for the third consecutive year, set up an immersive experience with three-dimensional projection mapping scenes through the flexible use of 3D digital technology.