Christie Introduces a New Series of Matrix HD Simulation ProjectorsOffered as part of the Christie TotalView solutions package or on its own, the new Christie Matrix HD2, Christie Matrix HD4 and Christie Matrix HD7 deliver native 1920x1080 resolution for larger, ext 12/28/2006 3:00 AM Eastern
Christie Introduces a New Series of Matrix HD Simulation Projectors
Dec 28, 2006 8:00 AM
Christie, a leader in visual solutions for industry, entertainment, and business, introduces a new series of Matrix HD simulation projectors to complement the company’s existing line of Matrix projection systems. Offered as part of the Christie TotalView solutions package or on its own, the new Christie Matrix HD2, Christie Matrix HD4 and Christie Matrix HD7 deliver native 1920x1080 resolution for larger, extended fields of view in arrayed projection.
Their compact, lean design packs higher power and pixel counts to broaden the creative possibilities for advanced visualization displays. Built on proven three-chip DLP technology, this new line-up further solidifies Christie’s position as a leading source for customer-specific display solutions in the widest variety of simulation environments.
The new Christie Matrix HD2, HD4 and HD7 deliver 2,300; 4,000; and 7,000 ANSI lumens respectively and feature full-field SuperCR contrast ratio of 1500-2000:1. Christie SuperCR contrast ratio technology enhances night-scene simulation by producing incredibly low black levels. Each model also comes standard with the Christie Color Purity Filter (CPF), enabling superior color saturation and color matching for unsurpassed day and night scene blending. With the debut of the new Matrix HD projectors, Christie is also introducing the latest version of its edge-blending and image-warping software for arrayed projection, ChristieTwist Pro version 1.1. This software provides fingertip control to expertly edge-blend multiple projectors simultaneously on any size or shape of display.