VChristie is making its debut at InfoComm Southeast Asia 2022 with a comprehensive range of leading-edge visual displays and integrated solutions ideal for a variety of applications. The event will take place November 2-4 at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre (BITEC) in Hall 1.
The Christie booth at D01 serves as a gathering place for team members to reunite with partners and customers from Southeast Asia, and where attendees can experience state-of-the-art projection mapping demonstrations by the award-winning Griffyn 4K50-RGB and M 4K25 RGB pure laser projectors. Also making their debut at InfoComm Southeast Asia are the full-featured Inspire Series 1DLP laser projector and MicroTiles LED video wall designed to deliver “stunning visuals and limitless design freedom”.
“We’re thrilled to make our debut at this year’s InfoComm Southeast Asia and we look forward to reconnecting and deepening our relationships with partners and customers whom we have not seen in person for more than two years,” says Jason Yeo, senior sales manager for Southeast Asia, Enterprise, Christie. “As Southeast Asia rebounds rapidly from the COVID-19 pandemic, it is timely for us to increase our presence across the region to seize new opportunities and better serve the needs of our customers who have continued to place their trust in our technologies and solutions.”
The high-brightness, 50,000-lumen Griffyn 4K50-RGB pure laser projector will projection map a large multi-faceted surface and the Christie logo, with Pandoras Box Software License Version 8 driving the content. while the 25,000-lumen M 4K25 RGB pure laser projector will illuminate a flat screen in vibrant color. As well, two D20WU-HS 1DLP® laser projectors equipped with Christie Mystique™ automated camera-based alignment software will bring the iconic Christie wolf head to life with highly realistic images. Achieving 20,600 lumens and weighing just 42.5 kilograms (93.7 lbs.), the D20WU-HS is one of Christie’s bestselling 1DLP® laser projectors in Southeast Asia.
Also on show are static displays of the new DWU1400-GS 1DLP laser projector that offers 14,250 lumens and Christie RealBlack which delivers visuals with 4,000,000:1 contrast, the Inspire Series DWU960-iS 1DLP laser projector featuring an IP5X dust-resistant optical engine and a motorized zoom lens, and the Captiva DWU500S 1DLP® ultra-short throw laser projector that allows users to maximize space without sacrificing visual impact. All three models feature a small footprint, quiet operation and 20,000 hours of consistent illumination performance, making them ideal for use in venues such as higher education, places of worship, conference rooms and smaller location-based entertainment spaces.
Those looking for the latest in LED display technology can check out the MicroTiles LED in a 1.25mm pixel pitch, which will be presented in an 8-by-3 array. Smaller, brighter, more powerful and flexible, MicroTiles LED delivers P3 color space, fully compliant HDR-10 and patented software that keeps the wall calibrated at 97 percent or greater uniformity. MicroTiles LED are ideal for corporate auditoriums and presentation rooms, retail and hospitality applications, and mission critical control rooms.
Additionally, attendees can observe how the vibrant visuals across the booth are accomplished with Christie’s powerful, flexible suite of content management solutions. These include the Pandoras Box Software License Version 8, which provide users with complete control over the entire workflow, maximizing efficiency while enabling the creation of amazing visual experiences. Together with Christie Terra SDVoE solution that enables the transport, processing and control of audiovisual content (including 4K@60Hz video formats) over 10G Ethernet networks.
Christie’s display solutions have been chosen by clients from various market segments and across Southeast Asia. These include the D4K40-RGB pure laser projector fitted in the ASEAN Secretariat Building in Jakarta, as well as the HS Series laser projectors deployed in the grand ballroom of Long Vi Palace, water screen projections at Dam Sen Park in Hanoi, and The Masked Singer Vietnam reality music and costume art show.