I/ITSEC/ORLANDO, Fla. – (November 24, 2015) – Christie® will be displaying a range of industry-leading visualization and simulation solutions at I/ITSEC 2015, November 30-December 3, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. Demonstrating two systems at its booth, Christie will feature a three-channel Christie Matrix StIM™ WQ™ projection system with Accuframe™ Pro and a compact spherical video trainer with a 2 by 2 array of Christie DWU555-GS laser phosphor projectors. Also on the booth will be the Christie QuadHD84 84-inch flat panel.
“With the widest range projection technology for 2D simulation and 3D stereoscopic immersive applications, Christie is the leader in solutions for high-performance simulation and training environments,” says Dave Muscat, senior director, Americas, technical sales and solutions, Christie. “Christie is pleased to bring our latest solutions to I/ITSEC, including AccuFrame Pro, that are purpose built for simulation and visualization.”
Clear images with AccuFrame Pro and 120Hz with Christie Matrix StIM WQ
Officially launching at I/ITSEC is AccuFrame Pro, a unique software solution for use with Christie’s Matrix StIM and SIM projectors that reduces visual artifacts that contribute to “negative training.” AccuFrame Pro targets low-to-mid intensity content at the pixel level and adjusts draw time, thereby reducing the smear on those pixels without compromising brightness, color output or system latency.
I/ITSEC attendees will see a three-channel front projected display showing an air model simulation powered by FlightSafety’s VITAL 1100 image generator. The air model will be displayed at 120Hz - for the clearest images without image artifacts or perceived loss of brightness – using the Christie Matrix StIM WQ scalable projection system with AccuFrame Pro software.
The 800 lumen Matrix StIM WQ system offers dual-input architecture to deliver 120Hz RGB operation as well as displaying separate RGB and Infrared (IR) channels to produce stimulated night vision goggle (NVG) images using Christie InfraScene™.
A compact laser phosphor simulation solution
Christie’s spherical video trainer will be in action using a 2 by 2 array of laser phosphor 1DLP® DWU555-GS projectors featuring 5400 lumens and 20,000 hours of low cost operation in a small package.
This compact trainer features several simulation integration technologies, including 360-degree visuals, six channel sound, and auto-alignment using Christie AutoCal™, and Christie Twist™ LT for image warping and blending to create a seamless image on a curved immersive screen. Powered by WorldViz Vizard5 software, the spherical video trainer features real-world images and video by helicopter, hot air balloon and navy ship courtesy of AirPano, Kolor and Empire Media Group.
Christie technology around the show floor
Two Christie Roadster HD14K-M 3DLP® projectors will power the SIMTV lobby display at I/ITSEC 2015 while the Da-Lite booth (No. 755) will use a Christie DWU555-GS laser phosphor projector in a mirror enclosure. A three-channel Christie Matrix StIM WQ projection system will be at the Displays & Optical Technologies Inc. booth (No. 1926) while the Flight Safety International booth (No. 1401) displays a four channel Matrix StIM WQ collimated display at 120Hz. Finally, at booth No. 1080, the Brazilian Defense and Security Industries Association will demonstrate the benefits of the 84-inch Christie FHQ841-T UHD multi-touch flat panel.
Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc. a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ushio Inc., Japan, (JP:6925), designs, sophisticated virtual reality, simulation systems and control room environments including high-resolution power walls, multi-sided immersive environments, curved screen displays, domed simulation and multi-projector arrays. Industries and organizations that rely on Christie range from government agencies to oil and gas, aerospace to entertainment, and manufacturing and design to pharmaceuticals. For more information, visit www.christiedigital.com.
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