Consumer and professional projector manufacturer, Christie, has staged a major exhibit at ISE 2013 this week, placing a heavy focus on market education.
The company is one of the founding exhibitors of the long-running annual trade event and has maintained a consistent and impressive presence there over the years. Its display at the 2013 exhibit has included a broad range of its technology, including MicroTiles Interactive zones and a 1-chip DLP® gallery.
One of the flagship devices being displayed at the event, taking place this week, is the Christie Entero™ HB Display Cube – the brightest LED projector for control room use, with the world's first WiFi control capabilities. The projectors offer over 1,000 lumens of brightness thanks to cutting-edge LED technology.
A significant emphasis is being put on Christie’s 3LCD and single chip DLP projectors, which provide premium quality images with a low cost of ownership. The projectors have been given their own gallery at the show, with the new G Series – which is in the running for the prestigious InAVation Award – given a prominent place.
The brand will also be giving demonstrations of 3D video mapping through their J Series projectors.