Christie projectors illuminate 65m tall Statue of Equality

Christie projectors illuminate 65m tall Statue of Equality
Christie has announced that its Crimson and Griffyn series laser projectors were used to projection map the newly inaugurated Statue of Equality in Hyderabad, India.

The statue, commemorating the 11th century Bhakti Saint Sri Ramanujacharya, using eight Crimson series laser projectors and four Griffyn 4K32-RGB pure laser projectors installed by Christie partner Tricolor India Schauspiel.

The Crimson series projectors were installed within two towers to deliver colourful images on the statue’s surface, with Grffyn 4K32-RGB projectors used to display imagery on the gates and walls surrounding the statue.

Himanshu Sabharwal, creative director, Tricolor India Schauspiel, commented: “This is a landmark project and we’ve spared no effort in bringing this highly anticipated projection mapping showcase to fruition using a very capable and dependable projection system that can withstand inclement weather conditions. 

“The Christie Crimson Series is our preferred choice due to its excellent track record in India, particularly in terms of performance, reliability and service support. We are also delighted to deploy Christie’s Griffyn 4K32-RGB projectors for detailed projections on various structures overlooking the Statue of Equality.”

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