Leading AV innovator, Christie Digital, is hosting two distinct stands at this year’s Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2017.

‘The Space Between’ at Stand 1-H70 will explore direct content engagement. ‘Future AV’ at Stand 1-M85 will feature future AV innovations.

Attendees will experience a wide range of Christie solutions including flat panel, projection and videowall systems. Plus, show, display and content management systems. There will also be a preview of the forthcoming direct-view LED display series – Christie Ultrascape.

Christie to Host Two Stands at ISE 2017: 'The Space Between' and 'Future AV'Christie Mystique™, which created a buzz at InfoComm 2016, comes to Europe for the first time. Delegates will be able to see how Christie Mystique can eliminate time-consuming and complex manual alignment, simplify setup and dramatically reduce maintenance downtime for this type of application.

Jennifer Smith, EVP Global Market Solutions & Engineering, describes ‘the space between’ as the gap between the displayed image and its audience.

“The space between, in many ways, has been the motivation for our industry to develop better content, improved image reproduction and larger displays – to achieve a more immersive experience and engage the audience; to try to bridge the space between,” she says.

Christie will be demonstrating its system integration ‘tool kits’ for distributed content, big-screen and multi-screen applications.

A guided presentation for “The Space Between” will be made every hour on the hour from 11.00 from stand 1-H70.

Christie to Host Two Stands at ISE 2017: 'The Space Between' and 'Future AV'

Across the way, at ‘Future AV’, Christie will present three laser projection models in development. Each prototype takes a different approach to laser illumination to secure the best use of its light source; for the performance and applications they are developed to serve.

Christie’s product management team will be on hand to explain potential applications.

ISE 2017 takes place from 7-10 February 2017 at the RAI Amsterdam.