CHANGCHUN, China - (July 14, 2017) -
Christie®, a leader in creating and delivering the world’s best visual and audio experiences, together with its Chinese partner
Wincomn Technology, offer a fascinating look at the past, present and future of urban planning using state-of-the-art projection technologies at the Changchun City Planning Museum.
This newly-opened facility in the capital of Jilin Province features the country’s largest exhibition zones, as well as the most advanced scientific and audio-visual technologies to be deployed in a museum in China. Comprising three floors, the turtle-shaped building is built by a renowned Chinese architect and showcases hundreds of plans, photographs, animated urban models and diagrams. They illustrate the history of Changchun’s city building and development, and visions for the immediate and far away future. Among the highlights is a multimedia exhibit comprising projections on a massive sand table, curved screen and ceiling, which has a total area of about 1,100 square meters.
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