Global visual technologies company, Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc. has unveiled its new Crimson Series of 3DLP® laser phosphor projectors.
Aimed at rental, staging and fixed installation customers, the Crimson range boasts up to 25,000 ISO lumens, 60Hz processing, and Christie BoldColor Technology.
“Audiences will see an appreciable difference in both colour richness and brightness with Christie Crimson,” comments Curtis Lingard, Senior Product Manager, Christie.
Other benefits include the ultra-fast processing of Christie TruLife™ electronics and built-in warp and blend capabilities of Christie Twist™. With the addition of Christie Mystique, users will reduce multiple projector calibration times from hours to minutes, saving both time and labour costs.
Additionally, customers currently using the Christie M Series and Christie J Series can experience the lamp-free technology of the Christie Crimson WU25 and HD25 without having to buy new lenses.
Crimson Series – rugged, roadworthy and reliable
According to Christie, the sealed, solid-state laser light source makes for reliable, low-cost and almost maintenance-free operation. This, coupled with its rugged design, means the series can tough it out on the road and handle high-usage applications with ease.
What’s more, installation is a breeze thanks to its compact form, quiet operation and 360-degree orientation.
“With its long-lasting brightness, rock-solid reliability, TruLife Electronics, and BoldColor Technology, the Christie Crimson Series combines the best in laser phosphor technology with the brightness and colour that both fixed and live events stagers demand in today’s ever-evolving marketplace,” adds Lingard.
Christie® Crimson Series of 3DLP® laser phosphor projectors are ideal for delivering vibrant, lifelike colours in theme parks, indoor and outdoor arenas and stadiums, entertainment venues, mega events, public spaces, and more.
Christie is recognised worldwide as one of the leading visual technology innovators. The company’s display solutions and projectors power everything from retail displays to Hollywood, mission critical command centres to classrooms and training simulators.