A unique blue laser phosphor light engine developed by Barco.
Blue lasers are selected based on their high density and power efficiency.
Warp to Center
Unique to Barco Residential, Warp to Centre allows instant switching between different aspect ratios within our 16:9 projector models, eliminating the need for slow lens memory pre-sets.
DynaBlack is Barco’s new dynamic contrast enhancement feature, analyzing each frame on the fly and adjusting contrast dynamically for dark and bright scenes accordingly.
Warp & Blend
Warping is the process of digitally manipulating an image to compensate for alignment distortions.
Blending allows multiple projectors to be seamlessly combined to create unique digital canvas solutions.
Barco’s web interface: Prospector, provides quick and simple configuration and calibration of Pulse projectors, along with monitoring and diagnostic tools.
RealColor is Barco’s proprietary color management system, enabling simple and accurate calibration to your desired color gamut or white point.
Single Step Processing SSP™
State of the art electronics
All new Pulse electronics have been designed to process 4K with HDMI 2.0a and HDCP 2.2 and the optical engine utilises the very latest 0.9″ DMD DLP chipset, delivering 5,120 x 2,160 pixels to screen.
Njord CS also features HDR, motorised lenses and Barco’s unique RealColor processing, enables simple and accurate calibration to any desired color standard or white point.
Njord Cinemascope offers 5K UHD resolution (5,120 x 2,160) for superb image quality. Thanks to its modular design of only five building blocks, Njord CS is easy to service. Njord CS is the most compact and rugged cinemascope projector offering 9,000 lumens light output currently available.
Laser Light Source
Outstanding image quality also requires an exceptional light source which is why we designed Njord CS with a brand new laser engine, significantly improving image uniformity (95%) over its predecessor. Njord CS uses custom selected lasers to secure that we can deliver DCI/P3 color gamut.
Lasers last longer than traditional projector lamps, are not as fragile and offer nearly instant on/off.