Christie Showcases Visual Technologies for Broadcasting at NAB 2010

Posted 4/12/2010

With the rise of HDTV and the surge of interest in 3D virtual applications for broadcast, Christie’s visual display technologies are in demand more than ever by broadcasters. 

At the National Association of Broadcasters convention in Las Vegas, April 12-15, Christie’s latest MicroTiles™, HD projectors and versatile video processing systems will be showcased in inspiring applications on the convention floor at Christie’s own booth SL2005, the Harris Corporation booth N2502 and Vizrt booth SL5408. 

The Christie Booth

Occupying a prime position in the Christie booth is the “Christie LIVE” broadcast set, showcasing the latest trend in set design:  combining multiple display and video processing technologies for maximum audience and viewer engagement.  The set, which was designed by the award-winning  FX Group, features Christie HD projection, configurable display tiles and advanced video processing. 

Making their NAB debut are Christie® MicroTiles™, the new digital canvas for broadcast sets.  With a modular design that stacks together like building blocks to create any digital display shape, MicroTiles can easily adapt to any set and provide designers with a solution that offers the best color saturation on the market.  With 115% NTSC and PAL color gamut, displays can be adjusted to whatever color temperature required. 

To learn more about Christie's booth, read the full press release here.