Laser projection is rapidly becoming the technology of choice for cinema. 2014 saw the first commercial installations of high-brightness RGB laser projectors from different companies in premium cinemas around the world. Since then, most manufacturers have announced a range of laser phosphor projectors and Barco has already supplied over 100 all-laser multiplexes around the world. Despite this progress, there still might be questions regarding the customer benefits, product performance, as well as the laser technology itself.
Our new white paper offers a high-level overview and provides answers to why laser phosphor technology today is capable of offering high performance projection solutions for the evolving global cinema market.
What you'll learn
How's the light made?
How are the correct colors made for DCI cinema presentation?
Goran Stojmenovik is Senior Product Manager within Barco’s projection division and is currently working on laser projection for the cinema and other Barco markets. With focus on image quality as well as user experience, Goran has managed different products in Barco since early 2005. Initially he was responsible for professional LCD monitors and software solutions for various Barco professional markets (control rooms, broadcast and post-production). In September 2011 Goran started at Barco digital cinema where he worked on introducing dedicated projectors for post-production as well as on remote service solutions for cinema (CineCare Web). Before joining Barco, Goran Stojmenovik acquired a PhD degree in Engineering Physics at the Ghent University, Belgium. He is based in Belgium.