Global AV technologies company, Christie Digital Systems, is wowing audiences with a new laser projection system at the National Infantry Museum, Georgia.
The museum’s upgraded theatre brings the achievements and bravery of America’s Infantry to life on a giant 40ft x 72ft screen.
“The audiences that knew our previous system are blown away by what they now see, ” comments Jordan Beck, Creative Director and Special Event/Alternative Content Producer, National Infantry Museum Foundation. “From a picture quality standpoint and ‘wow’ factor, laser was it. We can provide a spectacle that you can’t get anywhere else.”
The installation, carried out by D3D Cinema, features two Christie Solaria CP42LH 6P laser projectors delivering 4K resolution.
“Thanks to Christie’s unique system architecture, we were able to design a system that enabled the National Infantry Foundation to bring laser projection into their facility at a cost that was within their budget – while also allowing them to easily grow and refresh the system as needed in the years to come, ” adds Derek Threinen, Vice President, Film Distribution and Business Development at D3D.
The upgrade significantly expands the range of content the museum can share with their audiences and enables them to provide cutting-edge ‘out of home’ immersive experiences.
Kathryn Cress, Vice President, Global & Corporate Marketing, Christie: “D3D’s expertise and Christie’s laser projection technology can help institutions of all kinds tap into the huge possibilities of digital technology.”
Images kind courtesy Christie Digital Systems