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Christie to showcase integrated technology at ISE 2020

Christie Crimson projector

Christie, the global visual and audio technology company, is heading to ISE 2020 in Amsterdam, where it will highlight a range of innovative technology.

Christie is pleased to be exhibiting at ISE 2020, which takes place from 11 – 14 February at the RAI in Amsterdam. The team will be showcasing a wide range of solutions, including MicroTiles LED with 3D capabilities, a full line-up of tiled and discrete LCD panels and the Crimson 31 laser projector.

It will also be featuring the Christie Roadie 4K40-RGB and the Christie Mirage SST projector for the first time at ISE.

Cutting-edge projection technology

Christie MicroTiles LEDVisitors to the company’s booth can see a 360-degree projection mapping display in action, with AR featuring content by loop light GmbH. This will be powered by four Christie D20WU-HS Series projectors. Booth visuals will be managed by the Christie Spyder X80, the Christie Mystique for automated 3D camera-based alignment, Christie Pandoras Box in 64-bit, and Terra SDVoE AV-over-IP solutions.

MicroTiles LED return after a successful debut at last years’ event, with a new 3D option providing more visual possibilities.

Christie will also be demonstrating two new 3DLP Crimson laser projector models. These provide increased brightness, at the same price point as the previous Crimson 25 model. The Crimson WU31 and HD31 deliver 31,500 ISO lumens alongside Christie BoldColor Technology, Christie TruLife Electronics and Christie Twist.

In addition to this, the company will highlight Guardian, an optional Mystique feature which realigns images when projectors are bumped, without interrupting the viewing experience. Also on display will be the Mirage SST 4K 35,000 lumen RGE laser projector, ideal for smaller or more difficult spaces, for example, domes or themed attractions.

ISE debuts

Another product that will be on show at ISE for the first time this year is the Christie Roadie 4K 40-RGB pure laser projector. This is designed specifically for use on the road and in other challenging scenarios.

Christie Roadie projector

Furthermore, attendees can experience the Christie FHD554-XZ-H ear-seamless sub-1mm bezel tiled LCD panel and the Christie UHD654-X-HR 65-inch 4K UHD ultra-narrow tiled LCD panel.

At the booth, a Christie DWU1075-GS, Christie Pandoras Box and Widget designer will control a racetrack, where visitors can witness live competitions.

Processing power

Visuals at the company’s stand will be controlled by Christie Terra as well as the Christie Spyder X80, which provides the lowest latency possible. Christie Terra provides quality performance capabilities including uncompressed, zero-frame latency and artefact-free video.

Attendees interested in media and show control can witness the Christie Pandoras Box V6.4, with 64-bit software, driving 10-bit content to several displays in p3 and Rec.2020 colour space.

“Working with Christie ensures the right solution as we collaborate with our customers and partners to bring their extraordinary experiences to life,” says Arlonna Seymour, Senior Director of Corporate Marketing for Christie.

“It means industry-leading technology, ongoing education, the best service and warranties in the business, and putting partners and customers first. Christie is a full system support partner, and customers know that choosing Christie is an investment in the future.”

Across the show floor

As well as it’s own booth, Christie is also providing technology to several other stands throughout the show. This includes a 2×2 array of its 65-inch tiled LCD panels, for education sessions at SDVoE Alliance booth.

In addition to this, AV Nation will use the Apex Velvet 1.2mm LED in a 5×2 display (BK019). Christie projection will also be at Tempest (15-K225), SY Electronics (5-R93), Screenint (5-T60), and Legrand (2-C50) whose projection screens will be at the Christie booth.

Attendees can find the Christie team at booth #1-H70.

They can also enjoy attractionsTECH, a half-day conference by Blooloop, now in its third year. This will look at how state-of-the-art technology is enabling theme parks, museums and cultural and heritage attractions to develop increasingly sophisticated and immersive experiences.

Speakers include Peter Cliff, Creative Director of HolovisRenee Welsh, CEO of Embed, and Leander Werbrouck, Segment Manager, Pro/Events at Barco. Also speaking will be Bart Dohmen, CEO of Unlimited Snow and Arnold van de Water, General Manager of the Meet Vincent van Gogh Experience. More information can be found here.

SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR BLOOLOOP READERS: 30% off with code BLP419609. Buy tickets here.

Christie also recently announced that it has provided its laser projectors and image processing solutions for Gyeongnam Masan Robot Land in South Korea.

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Charlotte Coates

Charlotte Coates is Features Editor at Blooloop. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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