Under the Pyramid project that aims to better organize the space and the flow of visitors in and outside of the pyramid, the prestigious French museum Le Louvre has selected the company Cinemeccanica France to supply and install a 6P laser projector, high power, that will be dedicated for projection of arts, animations and various presentations related to the museum activities.
The Pyramid project, which is part of a comprehensive approach of Le Louvre collections, will be the first step of an ambitious plan, which aims at placing the visitor at the center of the museum and its collections. To meet this vision, Cinemeccanica France will implement a cinema solution that consists of a RGB laser projector 6P CineCloud Lux, associated with a media-server.
Due to its configuration the projector will be specifically designed to reach the needs and the reputation of Le Louvre.
The head of the projector that will be installed at the entrance roof of the museum, under the pyramid, will be connected to a laser source generated by RGB laser diodes.
An optical fiber of 60 meters, especially made and produce for the occasion will connect the projection head to the LUX laser source produced by Cinemeccanica.
The project, designed by the teams of the museum and the architecture company Search will restore nobility and serenity to the Napoléon hall, which is the starting point of the visit of the museum.
Patrick Muller, CEO of Cinemeccanica France said: ”We are honored to install a product like the laser projector CineCloud Lux at Le Louvre. Cinemeccanica group is still, since its creation, a partner of the world arts. Working for Le Louvre is an ultimate reward.”
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One of the world`s pioneers in the production of Cinema equipment. In the last years the company invested in technological research, developing LUX, a 6P laser light source adaptable to DLP projector. It offers several benefits compare to than the xenon lamps: improved brightness, improved light distribution on the screen (95% center to side), constant light level over time, crisper and more vivid colors: color gamut much wider, amazing 3D experience thanks to a brighter 3D projection, up to 50% less power consumption, reduced environmental impact meaning no lamp recycling. (www.cinemeccanica.eu)