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London—Dec 16, 2018

EDCF Launches an Industry Guide to Laser-Illuminated Projection

The European Digital Cinema Forum (EDCF) has launched ‘The Buyers Guide to Laser Projection’, a free, impartial and accessible guide to the technology basics behind laser projection and the issues that laser projection in cinemas brings up.

Lamp-based projectors still account for the clear majority of machines in place in the market but laser as an alternative light source is gaining ground and the economics of laser are changing rapidly. This makes the publication of this Guide very timely.

Given this, the EDCF, in partnership with the International Union of Cinemas (UNIC) decided to draw up this Guide with the four main projector manufacturers (Barco, Christie, NEC and Sony) and based on questions provided by the exhibitor members of UNIC, all of whom we thank.

David Hancock (IHS Markit and EDCF President) and Matt Jahans (Harkness Screens and EDCF Board Member), co-editors of the Guide, commented, “This Guide is intended to help exhibitors and other interested parties understand the basics of laser illuminated projection, and to bring the industry up to a similar level of knowledge. The Guide is structured in such a way that it answers genuine questions people have about laser, in a clear and impartial way. We also address some of the questions we don’t yet know the answer to.”

The Guide, which is in a Powerpoint slide deck format, is available from the EDCF website (www.edcf.net) or directly by emailing jgedcf@talktalk.net



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About European Digital Cinema Forum: The EDCF is a not-for-profit voluntary organisation that aims to act as a "Forum" to discuss key issues surrounding Digital Cinema in Europe. The purpose of EDCF is to provide a basis of common understanding across all European territories of the business and technical matters of digital cinema. We were established in 2000, before the widespread rollout of digital cinema technology, in order to accompany the rollout and minimise any impact on European cinema, as well as putting forward a European point of view of cinema technology within global standards organisations. Our work has now widened to include all technologies in cinema.  Membership is open to any organisation or individual with a genuine interest in furthering the knowledge and understanding of digital cinema. European Digital Cinema Forum Directory page European Digital Cinema Forum Web Site

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