Christie is set to team up with Harkness Screens and Electrosonic to demonstrate a premium giant screen cinema experience at an upcoming event.
The projector manufacturer will be putting together the setup for a special technical session of the Giant Screen Cinema Association (GSCA) conference, which is scheduled to take place on 23 September at the Cineplex Cinemas Queensway in Toronto.
Don Shaw, senior director of product management at Christie, stated that the company already has a reputation "for delivering the ultimate cinema experience, both in image and audio reproduction".
Press and GSCA delegates from 20 countries around the world are set to be present at the event, with a Christie laser projection system being used to show clips from educational documentary films, along with Hollywood blockbusters, projected at over 90,000 lumens.
The setup chosen by Christie for the event uses a state-of-the-art, 6 primary (6P) colour system that provides "intense brightness, wider colour gamut capabilities and higher contrast than traditional digital projectors", according to the company.
Attendees at the GCSA conference can look forward to seeing clips such as Antarctica's Penguin Emperors, The Life of Trees, NAYA Legend of the Golden Dolphin, Star Spangled Banner: An Anthem of Liberty, and The Turn of This Century at the event.
Christie recently picked up three Best of InfoComm 2014 honours by rAVe Publications and tens of thousands of readers also voted a Christie 4K product as their Favorite Projector.