Christie’s new Jumpstart, the Christie FHD551-XG with Corning Gorilla Glass, and the company’s first turnkey multi-touch video wall solution highlighted its InfoComm booth. With the industry’s smallest image-to-image gap of any bonded LCD panel, the Christie Multi-touch Video Wall Solution comprises a 4×1 wall of portrait-mounted 55-inch LCD panels with bonded Corning Gorilla Glass, Christie Interactivity Kit, Christie Jumpstart and the mounting hardware for a wall-mounted or freestanding display.
Christie Jumpstart now provides additional flexibility with six outputs (compared with four previously) and a 50 percent increase in resolution capability — now 15 megapixels. The content management system allows you to display multiple, high-bandwidth video files, graphics, Microsoft Windows applications, Blu-ray and DVD movies, and text effortlessly on a large-format video wall. It is compatible with any digital display, including Christie MicroTiles and rear-projection or flat-panel display solutions.
Christie JumpStart features a 3.6 GHz processor, 16 GB memory and 64-bit server for even faster performance and a more powerful workstation. Users can also send serial over IP commands to external devices by scheduling them at any point along the scenario timeline. More info on Jumpstart can be found here.
The first 55-inch super-narrow bezel LCD display for tiled video walls with bonded Corning Gorilla Glass, the Christie FHD551-XG is designed for touch screens including broadcast sets and high-traffic public spaces including hotels, restaurants, museums, airports and railway stations. It’s a native 1920x1080p LCD that’s LED-backlit, is spec’d at 700 nits (cd/m2), a 3000:1 contrast ratio and it has DisplayPort, HDMI and DVI ports. Specs are here.
The Christie Multi-touch Video Wall Solution brings a turnkey, interactive digital experience to multiple users. Quad Full-HD resolution, high pixel density and LED backlighting combine to provide a visually stunning display with the smallest bezels of any bonded video wall. Here are all the details.