Impact Video Jump Starts the 2004-2005 Auto Show Season with Barcos I6 XP LED. - AvNetwork.com

Impact Video Jump Starts the 2004-2005 Auto Show Season with Barcos I6 XP LED.

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The Ford Motor Co. unveiled its new regional exhibit at the 2005 California International Auto Show last week in Anaheim, the first major market Auto Show of the Season.

Included in the Ford Motor Co. exhibit are four 4.41'h x 7.35'w Barco ILite 6XP LED Screens used to display promotional videos for the various models featured such as the FORD LEGENDS consisting of The New Mustang, The GT and the Cobra.

The new I6XP was specifically chosen for its outstanding image quality and unsurpassedcolor uniformity. Resolution is key due to the somewhat limited screen surfaces that are similar in size to the graphic panels used in the exhibit. The 6XP beautifully demonstrates how LED can be used to create a live media experience for the show attendees, says Jeffrey Isenberg, VP of Sales and Marketing for Impact Video.

The new 2005 High Performance Saleen Mustang was also unveiled to the press in the theater area in front of one of the I6XP walls to add excitement and glamour to the product introduction.

For more information about Barco Events or its products, please contact christine.morris@barco.com or visit www.events.barco.com or www.folsom.com

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