Meet The Barco Laser Cinema Projector at Nishagandhi, The Only One in the State!

Nishagandhi Auditorium has been installed with the most advanced Barco laser cinema projector designed to provide a great viewing experience for the movie-goers.

The 22nd IFFK has achieved a new standard in movie presentation with the introduction of laser projection, for the first time in the state.

Nishagandhi Auditorium has been installed with the most advanced Barco laser cinema projector designed to provide a great viewing experience for the movie-goers.

What makes Barco laser cinema projector different than other projectors is that, while normal projectors use Xenon lamps, laser projection uses the laser. This means the projector gives the purest white colour because the colour depth is so great resulting in stunning cinema viewing experience.

“The brightness levels and image quality are going to be incomparable when we use laser projector. It not only does away with lamp-related expense but installation and operation are also easier,” says Noby P, senior engineer, Qube Cinemas.

Besides Xenon lamps can run only for 1,000 to 1,500 hours and after that, it has to be replaced. Laser projectors could run movies for as long as 30,000 hours. The reduced operating expense and simplified operations have added to the growing popularity of laser projectors across the world

The projection room at Nishagandhi has been modified to accommodate the new laser projector. The room has been fully air-conditioned in addition to a pre-installed chiller that comes with laser projector. Some major films, which have been critically acclaimed, are scheduled to be screened at Nishagandhi.

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