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NVIDIA to Use Barco for Visualization Trade Show Booth

NVIDIA will be using a wide range of Barco solutions to present its graphics technologies to more than 25,000 computer graphics and interactive technology professionals at the world's largest show dedicated to the Computer-Generated Imagery (CGI) industry, SIGGRAPH. This exhibit will be the first time NVIDIA has built a 100% digital booth, eliminating all printed signage.

NVIDIA will present its latest technology for visualization professionals in an expansive and dramatic booth, featuring its “Quadro Digital Theatre.” The theatre will showcase presentations from industry-renowned guest speakers as well as company officials. The dynamic stage will employ four of Barco's next-generation, LED-lit, rear-projection video walls, the OL-721, a 70” display cube in a 2x2 format. On either side of the stage, two LCD 56” displays will be mounted in a portrait configuration to create a unique and compelling backdrop for interactive NVIDIA 3D graphics demos. A truly “green” product in a low-profile package, the OL series of video walls uses liquid cooling to reduce power consumption and is manufactured using recyclable materials. The OL series shows saturated colors, requires low maintenance and is proven in critical 24/7 applications.

To further enhance the experience, eight 50” OL-521 LED-lit, rear-projection displays will also be incorporated into a 4x2 wall displaying interactive 3D graphics demos using the Barco XDS software. The Barco XDS software is a multi-windowing display management system that can be used to display both mono and stereoscopic sources simultaneously and multiple 2D and 3D sources on the display. Other Barco products in the booth include six NSL 46” LCD displays in a 1x6 format to demonstrate motion graphics digital signage and a Barco Galaxy NW-12 projector with WUXGA resolution and 12,000 lumens, ideal for displaying high-resolution computer graphics.

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