Christie has launched two new projectors specifically designed for 3D applications, including entertainment, and to provide advanced visuals for industry.

The Christie Mirage 4K25 and Christie Mirage 4K35 projectors were unveiled at Tokyo Big Sight, the 21st 3D & Virtual Reality Expo held in Japan.

The new models offer brightness ranging from 10,000 to 35,000 lumens, using Xenon lamp technology, different input options and the trademarked Christie Twist designed for curved screens.

Mamoru Hanzawa, director of Christie Digital Systems, Japan, said: “Christie designs the most functionally-advanced and intuitive 3D projection for visualisation display solutions.

“With the launch of the Christie Mirage D4K25 and D4K35, Christie continues to demonstrate its leadership position and dedication to customers with solutions and services that our customers have come to expect. Our mission at Christie is to help our customers create and share the world’s best visual experiences.”

The new products have been designed to cope with demanding environments, such as theme parks, where they will be required to operate around the clock to create 3D virtual experiences for visitors. The company also expects them to prove popular in sectors such as engineering, and the oil and gas, and science and biotechnology industries where high-definition images are necessary for collaborative working.