Announcement

Christie GS Series Restores Ancient Glory of Sui and Tang Dynasties

Five Christie DWU555-GS projectors provide impressive projections on the backdrop of a massive sand table model showcased at new national heritage park in China
Posted 3/22/2016

​Christie®​ GS Series laser phosphor projectors played an instrumental role in restoring the ancient glory of Luoyang city – China's former imperial capital during the Sui (589-618 AD) and Tang dynasties (618-907 AD) – with impressive projections on the backdrop of a massive sand table model showcased at a new national heritage park in China's Henan province.

Located in the center of Luoyang city, the Sui and Tang Luoyang City National Heritage Park is constructed on the remnants of the palaces that witnessed the rise and fall of the Sui and Tang dynasties. Among the major highlights of this key tourist attraction are full-scale reconstructions of the original Ming Tang and Tian Tang – iconic towers that symbolized the splendor and opulence during the reign of Tang Dynasty Empress Wu Zetian, the first and only female emperor in China.

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