Christie Set to Debut Exciting New Products at ISE 2014

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Posted 3, 2014

ISE 2014Christie®, a global visual technologies company, will be exhibiting in Hall 1, Stand H50 at ISE 2014. The company is set to debut a number of exciting new products across 500 square meters of interactive zone space, making its presentation a can’t miss experience.

Among the new or extended technologies, Christie will present examples of 'True 4K™' native resolution projectors; Christie Brio presentation system for spontaneous team collaboration; the Q Series 1-chip dual lamp DLP® projectors, along with extensions to the G single-lamp projector Series; the Entero™ HB front access cube for control rooms; Christie Phoenix™ open content management system (launched to great acclaim at last year’s ISE Show) which allows users to access and control information across multiple platforms and from virtually any location; Christie® MicroTiles® and Christie Interactivity Kit, as well as new flat panels, which will be revealed at the show.

As with last year’s ISE, large-scale video mapping, in which Christie excels, will provide the eye candy, drawing visitors onto the stand — but in a major departure from their core technology Christie will also provide ‘ear food’ with the launch of Christie Vive Audio™. Sensing a growing requirement for immersive 3D audio formats to match the immersive visual experience, Vive Audio has further unlocked the potential of the DCI digital cinema audio format.

How will Christie market such a wealth of cutting edge product directed at so many market segments? As part of the company’s pre-show communication for ISE 2014, the company has launched a teaser campaign site called to give delegates a number of compelling reasons to visit their stand and learn more there.

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