Christie, a leader in creating and delivering world-class visual and audio experiences, celebrates some of its latest projects that point towards the future of entertainment.
These include the Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium and Giant Dome Theatre at Liberty Science Center, the new ‘Mission Interstellar’ dark ride at Wonderla Amusement Park in Hyderabad, Lotte World Tower Seoul Sky and the Hunan Museum in Changsha, China.
The 400-seat planetarium at Liberty Science Center is wowing audiences with massive visuals powered by 10 Christie projectors.
Wonderla’s ‘Mission Interstellar’ features a 3,500 sq ft parabolic screen with visuals powered by a Christie 3DLP 4K RGB laser projector. This is the first attraction in India to be equipped with this laser projection system.
At the Hunan Museum, the history of the Han Dynasty is brought to life with stunning imagery powered by 40 Christie 1DLP laser projectors.
Lotte World Tower Seoul Sky relies on Christie projection and image processing solutions to provide a range of entertainment experiences including a spectacular visual display on the observation decks.
‘A deep understanding of the business’
“Our strong technology leadership and noteworthy achievements in cinema over eight decades has resulted in real, quantifiable benefits to our partners and customers from the non-cinema realm, such as the entertainment industry,” commented Bryan Boehme, Executive Director, Global Sales & Business Development, Entertainment, Christie.
“With this know-how, and deep understanding of the business, we are able to provide innovative visual solutions comprising both hardware and software to simplify the process of creation and allow designers of entertainment venues to focus on their creativity.”
According to Boehme, Christie’s dedication to delivering world-class solutions makes it the preferred choice of clients globally. He added that the robust partnership between Christie and its partners is another key driver in securing major projects worldwide.