Barco Residential debuts 4K projector

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Barco Residential has unveiled a 4K DLP home cinema projector dubbed Loki.

Loki is designed to deliver Barco’s expertise in digital cinema and post production projection technologies to the high-end home cinema environment.

By basing Loki’s optical engine on the company’s proven Optix architecture, custom designed aspherical glass elements and enhanced low dispersion glass lenses, the image quality is in a class of its own, contrast is not only increased, but the detail within the darkest parts of the image are more visible, colour saturation is said to be ‘outstandingly accurate, with the sharpest Ultra HD images imaginable produced.

The platform has been built to process 4K with HDMI 2.0a and HDCP 2.2 and is using 0,9in DMD DLP engine, delivering 3840 x 2160 pixels on the screen.

Loki also features HDR, motorised lenses; auto aspect detection between 16:9 and cinemascope and in standard T configuration delivers 8,500 lumens with an optional M version colour wheel available to boost output to 12,000 lumens.

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