WASHINGTON – (December 3, 2019) – Christie will be showcasing its TAA compliant projection, LED, LCD and processing solutions at The Video Show from Dec. 4-5 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, with Christie experts on-hand to answer any questions.
Visitors to the Christie booth (no. 705) will see firsthand how Christie technology enables the delivery and display of content for government, live event and broadcast applications. Projection on the booth includes a Christie Crimson HD25 3DLP® 25,000 lumen laser projector and 1DLPÒ APS and GS Series projectors, as well as ChristieÒ MicroTilesÒLED, an award-winning narrow pixel pitch LED solution ideal for installations including government briefing centers, control rooms and auditoriums.
“Christie will be showcasing side-by-side comparisons of display and processing technology commonly used in government environments and applications,” says Jon Litt, Senior Manager, Government Solutions, Christie. “With Christie’s range of TAA compliant technology, coupled with our deep expertise in the government market, we have the tools to help users evaluate and determine the best solution for their specific application.”
Christie Spyder X80, the most powerful multi-screen windowing processor available and capable of controlling up to 80 million pixels, will be managing content to Christie MicroTiles LED. With Spyder X80, content can be scaled and positioned anywhere across synchronized outputs, for the highest quality presentation. Christie Terra, built on standardized SDVoE technology is an AV-over-IP networking and processing platform created to simplify system designs, provide unlimited scalability and fewer devices. Terra will be delivering content on two Christie UHD751-PAccess Series 75-inch LCD displays, while Christie Phoenix, an open content management system will be connected to a 2×2 tiled display of Christie Extreme Series LED.
Mark Ouwerkerk, Director of Events and Staging, Christie, will be taking part in a panel discussion about “The Power of Projection Mapping,” moderated by SCN’s Megan Dutta. Taking place from 2:15-3 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 4, the panel will look at the creative process and equipment needed to create a projection mapping experience. Christie projection, processing and media servers are behind some of the biggest and brightest projection mapped experiences in the world, including Art on theMART, the Vegas Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena and the FIBA Basketball World Cup.