Rare King Tut artifacts shine with Barco

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The 100th anniversary of the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb was celebrated with a global tour making an appearance at the California Science Center in Los Angeles, CA. The Barco F-Series projectors showcased more than 150 artifacts at the exhibition with unprecedented technology adding the immense WOW effect it deserves.

15 Barco F-series projectors helped tell the exciting story of King Tut’s life and mysterious death with multi-media elements that enhance these priceless artifacts. The panoramic 180 degree entry gallery immersed attendees in the fascinating discovery of King Tut’s tomb, and the dramatic closing blends multi-media and one of the most incredible artifacts every unearthed to sum up the legend of King Tut.

King TutAs Egyptian officials gathered together one of the greatest collections of artifacts ever discovered and prepared to show it to the world, they knew that enhancing these priceless items with modern technology would create a remarkable and immersive experience. For the multimedia aspects of the exhibition, event organizers chose Barco, renowned around the world for their innovative projectors and display systems.

The decision to choose Barco as the Preferred Technology Partner aligns with the commitment of exhibition organizers to showcase each piece with quality and excellence.

“Our assigned scope of work was to deliver a ‘remarkable experience’”, said Khalil Williams, General Manager of Design Electronics. “We chose Barco projectors, not only based on their outstanding performance and reliability, but also on our working relationship them and their high level of support. Part of creating an immersive environment for museum guests, requires life like image quality and mission critical function to ensure there is no disruption to the experience. Barco is our go to partner on creative projects like this, whenever there is a need to successfully meet these demands.”




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