Cypress, CA (PRWEB) November 15, 2013
Christie®, along with Draper Inc., Alcorn McBride and rp Visuals Solutions, is presenting the latest Solutions that Rock Nov. 19-21 at High Output Studios in Canton, Mass., just outside Boston. The free event shows several display solutions to organizations involved with professional AV rental staging, fixed installs and corporate AV environments.
“Solutions that Rock” gives consultants, architects, service planners and designers hands-on experience with some of the best audio and visual systems available, allowing them to discover inspiring ways to transform projection ideas into reality. Attendees can enjoy complimentary refreshments and gifts, and a chance to win an Apple® iPad mini.
Christie’s wide range of technologies include LCD, DLP® and DLP Cinema® projectors, rear screen projection modules, video walls, advanced 3D projection technologies, virtual reality and simulation. Whatever the application, Christie solutions are purpose-built to meet unique projection requirements and are backed by industry-leading service and support.
Day one is sponsored by distributor JB & A with HB Communications sponsoring the second day and Adtech Systems the third. Also on the agenda is the AIA-certified class – presented by Draper – from 10-11 a.m. on Nov. 20 and Nov. 21.
“Solutions that Rock” is also an informal opportunity for dealers, integrators, distributors, consultants and end users to see how the showcased products offer leading edge and fully workable solutions for their customers. Attendees can participate in technology demonstrations and receive hands-on experience of each solution’s capabilities that will increase their confidence when demonstrating and selling to customers.
Christie Technology on Display
The benefits of the new Christie Brio will be highlighted onsite. This presentation and collaboration solution enables multiple users to share video and audio content from their laptop or mobile device by connecting to the meeting room’s video system through a Wi-Fi or Ethernet network. Presentations, video, and other media can be displayed without wires, dongles, or special software applications so meeting participants can go right to work without setup delays.
Christie Brio makes collaboration across multiple rooms, auditoriums and offices easy and immediate. It can connect to multiple worksites on a college campus or across several campuses. All Brio nodes added to a meeting will be able to see the same content and contribute to the meeting by sharing any presentation.
Christie Brio also takes full advantage of interactive whiteboard technology by turning it into a bi-directional collaboration tool. Any participant in a Brio meeting can use touch-enabled displays to add to or edit whiteboard contents, regardless of geographic location.
Another highlight is the eye-catching tower display of Christie® MicroTiles® using Christie Jumpstart. Built on proven DLP® technology, Christie MicroTiles – the industry’s most flexible, high-resolution modular design concept – are specifically designed for maximum image quality in demanding indoor, high ambient light environments.
Both the Christie M Series and Christie J Series of projectors will be displayed as well as multiple solutions, ranging from HD and 2K LCD to Xenon 3-chip DLP® images, displaying on a 30-foot wide screen. Attendees will learn how to control any Christie J Series or M Series projector directly from their iOS-enabled mobile device using Christie’s latest network wired and wireless control solutions.
Also displayed is the Christie Vista URS. The all-in-one matrix switcher accepts multiple sources in any format (analog composite to digital 4K) and seamlessly routes these sources to any of eight user-configurable outputs, which can be configured independently for any analog or digital output format.
The Christie FHD551-W 55-inch LCD outdoor flat panel will also be at the booth and, to fulfill the need to interface with IT systems, Christie will showcase its network solutions with all projection and multi-image systems connected to, and managed through, the IP network – including wireless control of all devices. Christie AutoStack™ – Camera-based, software driven solution used for maintaining projector alignment in multiple blend and stacked designs, will operate across the network, offering a solution that manages both fixed installs and rental staging designs for both flat and curved screens.
Showing the architectural flexibility of Christie MicroTiles, the RPMM Mobile Matrix (Deployable Matrix Video Wall) from rp Visual Solutions will be supporting four Christie MicroTiles in a snake-like, staggered environment while the Christie Spyder X20 multi-image processor will manage all display content across the booth including the stereoscopic demonstrations.
High Output Studios is located at 495 Turnpike Street in Canton. To register, please visit http://www.christiedigital.com/solutionsthatrock2.
Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc. is a global visual technologies company and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ushio, Inc., Japan. Consistently setting the standards by being the first to market some of the world’s most advanced projectors and complete system displays, Christie is recognized as one of the most innovative visual technology companies in the world. From retail displays to Hollywood, mission critical command centers to classrooms and training simulators, Christie display solutions and projectors capture the attention of audiences around the world with dynamic and stunning images. Visit http://www.christiedigital.com.
For more information contact:
John Berkovich, Christie
Mario Almonte, Herman & Almonte Public Relations
(212) 616-1190, ext. 267
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