Christie Showcases Next Generation Visualization Solutions At Inaugural Insight Forum

Posted on Mar 13 2014 - 5:32am by Editor2

Christie, a global leader in visual display solutions, is demonstrating its expertise in next generation visualization solutions during the inaugural Christie Insight Forum “The Next Leap of Visualization” on March 12, at Intercity Hotel Daejeon in South Korea. The event showcases highly immersive and interactive advanced visualization technologies that are ideal for industries such as architectural, aerospace, automotive and more.

Christie Mirage 4K25

One of the main demonstrations is the Christie Mirage 4K25 3-chip DLP 3D projector, which presents a quantum leap in image processing with 4K 3D graphics boasting an astounding 4096 x 2160 resolution, 25,000 lumens and 120Hz output for unprecedented image fidelity, life-like vibrant colors and the brightest 3D immersive experience. Also on display is the Christie Mirage HD10K-M 3-chip DLP® 3D projector, which features 10,000 ANSI lumens, full HD resolution and up to 10,000:1 contrast which translates into crisp, detailed images with excellent color and brightness to satisfy even the most demanding 3D users.

Engineered specifically for 3D applications, the Christie Mirage Series is built on DLP® technology and features an advanced set of uniquely-Christie technologies, such as Christie TruLife electronics, to produce unrivaled image quality, stability and reliability. It offers accurate, true-to-life and detailed images for all types of high-resolution and immersive environments. Featuring native 120Hz frame rate, built-in geometric warping and edge-blending capabilities and multiple 3D input options, the Christie Mirage Series is a powerful and versatile platform designed for long-life operation and reliability. Backed by Christie’s trusted service and support, it meets the needs of complex projection environments.

Christie will also have on display award-winning Christie MicroTiles, trusted by leading brands and institutions for their ability to capture the audience’s attention with spectacular colors, superior image quality and modular flexibility. Presented in an array of six units wide by four units high, displaying 4K content, the MicroTiles produce a nearly seamless canvas of super-fine pixels that create amazing images at any angle and viewing distance – even at close range. With durable screens and a long-lasting LED light engine, Christie MicroTiles deliver unmatched long life and reliability.

Visitors to the Christie Insight Forum will also experience Christie Brio, a presentation and collaboration system which enables true multi-site meeting collaboration regardless of the technology used or geographic location of participants. Once connected to Christie Brio, presentations and high quality media can easily be shared between sites anywhere in the world via IP networks, allowing all participants to see the same content for efficient and effective teamwork.

About 100 guests from various fields such as mechanical, nuclear energy, architectural, aerospace and automotive industries are expected to attend the event, which includes keynote addresses and presentations by Christie executives, as well as presentations on topics related to virtual reality and visualization technologies by Dr Kazuhiko Hamamoto, professor of Information Media Technology, Tokai University; Mr Junard Lee, sales manager, Professional Solution Group, NVIDIA®; and Dr Alexis Vartanian, chief technology officer, TechViz.

“The inaugural Christie Insight Forum “The Next Leap of Visualization” will showcase our highly advanced, next generation visual solutions, as well as bring together prominent members of various industries who will share their expertise and insights on the current and future trends of visualization technologies,” said Lin Yu, vice president, Christie Asia Pacific. “We hope to reach out to stakeholders from numerous fields who are keen to make use of the practically unlimited application possibilities offered by our leading visualization solutions.”