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Christie Brings Drive to Life

May 16, 2015

One of the world’s largest automobile manufacturers chose Christie’s 4K 3D high frame rate (HFR) projection technology to modernise its 240-square-foot HD glass powerwall at the company’s Vehicle Engineering Center.

The upgrade comprises two blended Christie Mirage 4K25 3DLP 4K 3D projectors with Christie Twist and Christie AutoCal for automated blending and alignment for high performing projection at true 120Hz, as well as two Christie Spyder X20 video processors. View powerwall video at automotive company on Christie’s website.

The four-sided, room-sized CAVE solution (pictured) provides an environment where users share ‘true-to-life’ experiences. In the case of this company, engineers, while wearing 3D stereoscopic glasses, enter the CAVE and become completely immersed in the computer-generated graphics of the exterior and interior of a vehicle.

Engineers will then evaluate ‘view and obscuration’ studies including the mirrors, placement of controls, overall layout and accessibility, styling, and design quality, such as gaps, fits and finishes. With six Christie Mirage HD6K-M 3DLP projectors, each with 6000 ANSI lumens, and one Christie Mirage WU14K-M, with 12,500 ANSI lumens, the total resolution increased from 6.7 megapixels to 12.5 megapixels compared to the former installation. With an Advanced Real Time (ART), virtual reality motion tracking system, the user can perform certain tasks using real world movements and actions.

Find out more on Christie Digital www.christiedigital.com

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