ORLANDO, Fla – Christie® is ready to inspire at InfoComm 2023 with its range of complete AV solutions, from projection and LED and LCD displays to a preview of Christie Hedra™, a powerful new video wall processor, in booth #1632. Taking place June 14-16 at the Orange County Convention Center, attendees to InfoComm will see Christie's newest smart technology solutions in action.
"We're thrilled to return to InfoComm to meet old friends and new acquaintances in person and discuss how Christie's powerful and customizable solutions can meet their needs," says Arlonna Seymour, executive director, Corporate Marketing, Christie. "From the largest projection mapping projects to museums, auditoriums, and meeting rooms of every size, we have the solutions and industry-leading expertise to deliver the visual impact that your project requires."
See the RGB pure laser difference
Christie's range of RGB pure laser projectors will light up the booth with vivid colors. Designed for unforgettable large-scale experiences, the award-winning Christie Griffyn® 4K50-RGB pure laser projector will illuminate a floor-mounted screen with stunning visuals, while a static Griffyn 4K50-RGB will be on display. Visitors can get an up-close look at the lightest and brightest 50,000 lumen projector currently available with best-in-class operational efficiency and reduced power consumption.
Also on show, in a double-stacked display, will be the rugged, reliable, and award-winning M 4K25 RGB pure laser projector that reimagines Christie's extremely popular M Series projectors.
The M 4K RGB Series of pure laser projectors is growing, and attendees will have the opportunity to see an InfoComm-exclusive preview of an upcoming model.
4K22-HS and Intelligent Camera make InfoComm debuts
Making its InfoComm debut is the new Christie 4K22-HS 1DLP® laser projector. Designed for venues that require high resolution, higher brightness, and color accuracy that approaches 3DLP® performance, for more budget-conscious applications, the 4K22-HS will shine brightly on the Christie booth as the first 22,500 lumen 4K UHD 1DLP projector on the market.
For a stunning image that fills an entire wall, from floor to ceiling, Christie will also demonstrate its new GS Series 0.37-0.4:1 UST lens, which will be shown in conjunction with a DWU1400-GS 1DLP laser projector.
Additionally, attendees will see the new Christie Intelligent Camera (CIC) in action, including the background compensation feature, which automatically adjusts the image color to better fit the color of the projection screen. This powerful accessory pairs perfectly with select Christie 1DLP® projectors to calibrate projector color, trigger autofocus, and, when used with Mystique™ Lite software, automate warping and blending of up to three projectors in a horizontal array.
Christie content management and processing solutions tie it all together
Christie excels at source-to-display solutions, and Christie's content management and processing solutions will work behind the scenes to light up the Christie booth.
Christie Hedra™, a new TAA-compliant, real-time processor, will be showcased in a tech preview. For video walls up to 32 megapixels, Hedra provides secure, remote access and content management from virtually anywhere for seamless collaboration and sharing of critical information. Hedra combines the functionality of a video wall processor with a KVM switcher for an easy-to-setup solution for small to medium-sized video walls, for applications including control rooms, mission-critical war rooms, and briefing rooms.
Attendees will have the opportunity to see a preview of Pandoras Box Software License Version 8.8, which introduces Workspaces, a new feature that helps users visualize their stage setup in 2D, providing an accessible and simple overview. Users can easily monitor the positioning of layers and find all pixel parameters, which are clearly arranged for a smoother and more organized workflow experience.
MicroTiles LED displays pack a visual punch
For projects that require a display that goes beyond a traditional rectangle, attendees will see how Christie's award-winning MicroTiles® LED can be used to create an inspired, eye-catching visual feature. A curved, multi-pixel pitch LED display, from 0.75mm to 1.5mm, will showcase the product's versatility and near-limitless design freedom as well as its stunning brightness, contrast, and resolution.
Professional Services for peace of mind
The Christie Professional Services team is the industry's most trusted service provider, working in collaboration with partners to offer expertise, service, and support to keep AV systems running flawlessly. Professional Services offers 24/7/365 technical support, onsite services, extended parts coverage, remote monitoring and management with Cinergy, and more. Team members from Professional Services will be on the booth.
Christie across the show floor and beyond
Christie's Max Kopsho will be leading three education sessions at InfoComm 2023. Attendees can learn about Enterprise IT: Project Management for AV/IT Solutions on Tuesday, June 13 at 1:30 p.m. On Thursday, June 15, Kopsho will deliver two sessions: the first, at 8:30 a.m., will focus on Enterprise IT: Basics of Service and Commissioning Principles for AV-over-IP, and the second, at 11:00 a.m., will cover Enterprise IT: Intermediate Service and Commissioning Principles for AV-over-IP.
Christie solutions can be seen across the show floor including an M 4K25 RGB at the Draper booth (#3101); 4K10-HS projectors will be used at the Igloo Vision booth (#781); and the SDVoE booth, #4453, will include a Christie Core Series II LED video wall. Legrand, in booth #2201, will include a DWU880-GS 1DLP® projector.
Beyond the show floor, Christie will be participating in the ATL [Attractions Technology Lab] event alongside other founding partners of the Attractions Technology Collaborative. Designed for those who missed the November 2022 ATL, this event will be held at Oceaneering, from June 13-16. It will include a complete technical mockup of a trackless vehicle, 3D dark ride experience featuring Griffyn 4K50 and 4K35 projectors, and an interactive display with HS Series projectors, Pandoras Box Compact Player, and Airscan touch-free control.