Christie builds Terra on SDVoE tech

Christie is showing Spyder X80 alongside Terra systems built on SDVoE technology at InfoComm 2017 where its stand will include Christie Centre, a sports venue-themed exhibit.

Terra systems support video formats up to 4K at 60Hz and transport and process uncompressed, zero-frame latency, artifact-free video over 10G Ethernet components. 

Christie_SpyderX80Spyder X80 can handle 4K at 60Hz refresh rate on every channel, was introduced on June 1 and is debuting at InfoComm 2017.

The Centre exhibit features on-court projection mapping using Christie Boxer and Pandoras Box Quad Server; warped and blended visuals including Wolf Head, 3D mapping using Christie Mystique; LED walls and large-format LCD panels.  

Christie will launch Access LCD panels at InfoComm 2017. They offer 4K UHD resolution and USB playback. The interactive displays are suited to meeting rooms, higher education or retail applications such as menu boards. The series includes 55 and 65-in models designed for 16/7 operation. The Access series also includes 75- and 86-in models that can handle 24/7 operation and are suited to hotel lobbies, airport terminals, and mission-critical environments such as control rooms.

Also on stand will be DHD1075 and DWU1075-GS laser phosphor projectors thatChristie GS Series combine a number of HS Series features including grid-based warping and blending with Christie BoldColor Technology.   

InfoComm 2017 is being held in Orlando, June 14 to 16, 2017. Christie is exhibiting on stand 2553.

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