Christie’s comprehensive hardware, software, connectivity, and services elevate and simplify the visual display experience
CYPRESS, Calif. - (May 23, 2018) - The synergy of Christie® technology in creating a world of the best and most powerful visual display experiences will envelop Booth N706 during InfoComm 2018. The show takes place June 6-8 at the Las Vegas Convention Center and will see the official launch of Christie Guardian as an option in the new, globally debuting, Mystique Install 2.0. Other global launches include the introduction of three new Christie HS Series projectors - including a 4K ultra high definition model - as well as the new Pandoras Box 6.1 which is available in nine languages.
The booth also features a Guardian demonstration showing how the software automatically scans for misaligned blended images and, while the content is playing, almost instantaneously realigns them without disruption or a visible test pattern. In addition, new and exciting content generation tools for Pandoras Box will be shown.
“The combination of Christie hardware, software, data distribution, connectivity, and services creates an unparalleled value proposition for the visual display industry,” said Kathryn Cress, vice president, Global & Corporate Marketing, Christie. “Wherever and whenever the message needs to be visually expressed - whether it’s an international sporting event, stadium concert, a small breakout room or anything in-between - Christie delivers the best tools in the industry for the best and most powerful visual display experiences.”
Christie: The trusted name around the world for both large and small installation expertise
On June 7 from 10:30 a.m. until noon, at Pavilion 10 in the Westgate Hotel - which uses Christie LED at one of the world’s largest sportsbooks - Christie Senior Product Manager Karl Johnson is teaching the fundamentals of AV over IP technology and network requirements including multicast networking. Mr. Johnson will also explain investment and lifecycle management considerations for SDVoE.
On the InfoComm show floor, Christie specialists will explain and demonstrate how, from project conception to years after installation, Christie’s hardware, software, and services deliver incomparable and memorable visual experiences - as already evidenced by an ever-growing roster of installations.
Numerous sports, entertainment, and corporate venues trust the combined power of Christie hardware and software including Denver’s Pepsi Center - home to the Colorado Avalanche and Denver Nuggets; the Air Canada Centre - which the Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors call home; Capital One Arena - home of the Washington Capitals and Washington Wizards, which all rely on Mystique Installfor automatic alignment and recalibration of their Christie projectors and Pandoras Box for media compositing and playback. Capital One Arena also uses Christie Terra to transport, process and control AV content over its 10G Ethernet network.
Speaking to the Capital One Arena installation, CJ Davis, Creative Director at Quince Imaging praised the uniqueness and dexterity of Christie technology. “Christie hardware was the obvious choice for this installation. Christie alone has the only truly native 4K-resolution display chip that can produce the high pixel density required to meet the quality we — and our customer, expects. The result is a fully 4K-native workflow from media servers to projectors.”
Additional sports venues and teams using Christie include the PPG Paints Arena - home to the 5-time Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins; Key Bank Center - home of the Buffalo Sabres; the Cleveland Cavaliers with their interactive, full-court arcade games using Pandoras Box; the University of Florida Gators, and Michigan State University, among many.