Projector manufacturer Christie has had its audio-visual solutions installed at Jangar Culture & Arts Palace.
The company announced that its technology had been chosen in order to create a 360-degree projection display that was set up to honour Jangar, who is one of the most respected Mongolian folk heroes.
Jangar Culture & Arts Palace is based in the Hoboksar Mongol Autonomous County in China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region and the project took more than four years to complete.
The installation includes eight Christie DS+6K-M 3-chip DLP projectors to recount the Mongolian Khan’s heroic exploits with a spectacular visual display.
Lin Yu, vice-president at Christie Asia Pacific, stated that the company is thrilled its projectors were used to tell the amazing story of Jangar.
She said: "This visually-arresting 360-degree projection mapping performance is a fitting tribute to Jangar at this magnificent venue and it is an honour for Christie to play a role in breathing new life to this legendary folk hero and helping Jangar Culture & Arts Palace to create memorable shared experiences."
The Christie projectors are used to display a 10-minute show that features highly realistic imagery and sound effects to provide visitors to Jangar Culture & Arts Palace with an immersive experience.
Christie has been exhibiting at a number of events in recent weeks, including ShowEast and Canada's Government Technology Exhibition and Conference.