Occupying a huge floor space in a typically stylized fashion at the ISE 2018, Christie demonstrated a wide range of its visual solutions that included the company’s latest development in AV-over-IP system architecture and performance, new laser phosphor projectors, new video wall solution and a latest extra narrow pixel pitch display range.


The new Christie Velvet CorePlus LED video walls deliver unparalleled design flexibility for a value-priced LED video wall solution. Ranging in pixel pitches from 1.2 to 4.0 millimetres, the single architecture scales easily to popular resolutions including 4K, is fully customizable with remote and on-board options, and can be both installed and serviced from either front or back. Perfect for public spaces, casinos, theme parks, houses of worship, broadcast, control rooms, and conference rooms among many other applications, its direct mount system allows for a narrow installed depth of less than 100 millimetres. With the new E600 Controller, end users can easily scale to 4K at 60Hz.

Shown as a new direction from the visual solutions leader, one of the highlights of the exhibits was the Christie Terra– said to be a complete native 4K, 4:4:4 content delivery system – from player to display – that helps customers leverage the benefits of AV-over-IP systems. Built on standardized SDVoE technology for maximum compatibility, it supports video formats up to 4K at 60Hz and provides unprecedented transport and processing of uncompressed, zero-frame latency, artefact-free video over affordable 10G Ethernet components.

The other highlight was the new Christie Crimson Series of 3DLP laser phosphor projectors that come with the Christie BoldColor Technology in a compact and rugged package with a low cost of ownership for rental, staging and fixed installation customers. The ultra-fast processing of Christie TruLife electronics and built-in warp and blend capabilities of Christie Twist plus the ability to deliver up to 25000 ISO lumens, and 360-degree orientation make the Crimson Series all the more exciting.

Then, there were two new additions of 630-GS model laser phosphor projectors coming in with HD (1920×1080) and WUXGA (1920×1200) formats.

Check out our video at the Christie Booth.