Christie has rolled out its new Xenon-based Matrix WU7K-J 3-chip DLP projector as part of its Matrix J Series of projectors.

The new model comes complete with 6,300 ANSI lumens and features full scalability and high performance image processing with 120Hz capability. The projector also boasts in-built geometric warping and advanced edge blending thanks to the Christie Twist function.

All of the projectors in the Christie Matrix J Series range come with Christie AccuFrame as standard. This feature – which is designed especially to address the specific needs of the simulation market – enables users to adjust the reduction of perceptible image smearing.

The feature is also able to support numerous frame rates and environments, which ensures the accurate and timely display of high-speed simulation content for the most detailed and realistic displays.

Dave Kanahele, director of simulation at Christie, said: “The Christie Matrix WU7K-J is built upon one of the industry’s most innovative technologies, and provides customers with the highest level of system performance and capability available today.

"This new projector represents a continued evolution of DLP® technology combined with high brightness Xenon lamp illumination, superior image quality and stability, integrated with our unique Christie Matrix features to meet the most demanding requirements of our simulation customers," he added.