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Christie expands 3D projector line with six new models

Christie used last week’s ISE show in Amsterdam to unveil several new products including its new 3D projector range for education, conference rooms, gaming and large events.

Christie has expanded its Mirage Series 3D DLP projector line with the addition of six models designed to bring high performance 3D solutions to new markets. The new Christie Mirage M Series 3-chip DLP projectors offer complete compatibility with today’s 3D standards to support growing demands for 3D displays – from home entertainment and video gaming, to museums, education and rental/staging.

Said to be the most compact 3-chip DLP projectors in their class, the six models feature a new dual-input image processor and a wide range of input options to integrate with any 3D signal and format. For 3D entertainment requirements, the Christie Mirage M Series is ready for Blu-ray 3D video, PS3 and other gaming consoles and meets the mandatory 3D spec for HDMI v1.4a.

Combined with embedded Christie Twist for advanced image warping and edge-blending, and a full suite of specifically designed lenses, the projectors are easy to use and configure for visually stunning 3D. 

For customers looking to upgrade their existing display technology to 3D capability, Christie offers an upgrade path for its mid- to high-end 3-chip DLP projectors with the Mirage M Series advanced 3D functionality.

Christie also launched its new Christie LWU505 (WUXGA 1920 x 1200 native resolution) digital projector at last week’sIntegrated Systems Europe (ISE) tradeshow in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The LWU505 targets educational facilities, corporations, government agencies and houses of worship applications requiring a high brightness and cost-effective widescreen LCD projector at 5000 ANSI lumens.