Announcement

Christie 6P Laser Projection System Earning Plaudits at National Infantry Museum’s Giant Screen Theater

Christie laser projection and revamped auditorium significantly expand museum’s content range while creating technologically advanced, multi-purpose space
Posted 5/24/2016
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CYPRESS, Calif. – (May 24, 2016) – The Christie® and D3D Cinema upgrade from film to 6P laser projection at the National Infantry Museum’s Giant Screen Theater in Columbus, Georgia is earning applause from the public, school groups, veterans and active duty service members. Installed by AV industry pioneer D3D Cinema, the two Christie Solaria CP42LH 6P laser projectors enable the theater to show a range of 3D content and Hollywood blockbusters – as well as alternative content and live events – to better align the theater with the museum’s mission of providing guests with an immersive experience of the United States Army Infantry’s valorous history.


Operated by the non-profit National Infantry Museum Foundation, which built and manages the facility and its content through a partnership with the U.S. Army, the museum’s Giant Screen Theater is one of the largest in the Southeast, and the third in the United States to feature Christie 6P laser projection.

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