Leading AV company, Christie has picked up a hat-trick of honours at rAVe Publications’ 2018 Best of ISE Awards.
Velvet CorePlus LED, Guardian and SDVoE integration were all recognised at the event in Amsterdam.
Christie® Velvet®CorePlus LED won Best Module LED Wall Product, Christie Guardian was awarded Best New Technology, and Christie’s integration of SDVoE Technology with the ChristieBoxer 3DLP® projector scooped the Best ISE Gutsy/Kudos Award.
“It’s a pleasure to receive these three prestigious awards at such an important show for the industry,” confirmed Kathryn Cress, Vice President, Global & Corporate Marketing at Christie. “This success is a testament of our engineering capability, as well as our ongoing commitment to delivering customer-focused solutions.”
Changing the game for AV system designs and solutions
The new Christie Velvet CorePlus LED video wall made its ISE debut this year. The product has taken design flexibility to a new level in the value-price sector. Ranging in pixel pitches from 1.2 to 4.0mm, the single architecture scales more easily to popular resolutions including 4K. Furthermore, it is fully customisable with remote and on-board options, and can be installed and serviced from either the front or back.
These features make it ideal for public spaces, casinos, theme parks and conference rooms, among many other applications.
Christie Guardian software, working in conjunction with Christie Mystique, solves the common problem of misalignment in blended images in both rental and fixed install environments.
The software automatically scans and fixes misaligned images with no disruptions or test patterns required. Mystique works with either Christie’s Crimson or Boxer projectors to ensure the best, most consistent image possible.
rAVe Publications’ editors also singled out the Christie Boxer 3DLP for becoming the first projector to integrate directly to an Ethernet network to accept real-time, 4K/60 AV content and control using SDVoE technology. Changing the game for AV system designs and solutions, it migrates everything onto the network, integrating all media and control onto a single system using a single cable.
“Our presence at ISE highlighted what Christie offers in the marketplace. Whether it’s a large-scale or small-scale installation, Christie has the right technology for the application,” added Cress.