Carleton University's ACE Lab

In order to focus on the content rather than the display, Carleton’s ACE Lab chose a custom-built structure designed, engineered and installed by Christie.
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Education & Training

Christie - true-to-life simulation solutions for education and training environments.

Simulation allows the opportunity to repeatedly perform a task or rehearse a scenario that you can’t safely, normally perform in the real world.  In education and training – simulation creates an opportunity to learn from mistakes during training for a safety-critical system.   Simulation can be used to show the eventual real effects of alternative conditions and courses of action, or to simulate technology for performance optimization, safety engineering, testing, training and education.

True-to-life training

Christie provides high-performance “real world” visual display solutions for education and training simulation markets that offer technology innovation for cutting-edge training, reliability, stability, low maintenance and low cost of ownership.  No matter what the training task, Christie’s visual display simulation solutions create true-to-life experiences.

Recreate reality

Simulators use any combination of sound, sight, motion and smell to make you feel that you are experiencing an actual situation - they must recreate "reality" accurately, otherwise you may not learn the right way to do a task which can result in negative training.

Christie designs, manufactures and integrates specific simulation solutions for education and training. Once integrated, you can expect consistent, repeat performance without worry as Christie’s high product reliability enables extensive, consistent use with minimal downtime.

As your partner in simulation, our world-class sales engineers, project managers, design and mechanical engineers and integration experts work together to deliver the most advanced, functional, and intuitive simulation and training display solutions.  Factors such as geometry, image blending and warping, resolution, color and brightness uniformity, and latency are key criteria that are addressed when designing simulation display solutions.  The result is a training experience as realistic as the real world.