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A breakthrough firmware feature for the Christie Matrix Series and Christie Matrix StIM™ DLP® simulation projectors:
Developed specifically to address the simulation market. Christie AccuFrame™ enables the removal of any perceived “double imaging” of content due to image frame perception in the eye.
Our Christie Matrix line offers an industry first with accurate frame display for NON-CRT projectors that has been able to nullify the artifact to the eye of smearing or double image perception for use in fast simulation environments. Fully adjustable to support various frame rates and environments.
The unique advanced electronics in all 3DLP® Matrix Series projectors come standard with AccuFrame to accurately display high speed simulation content for the most true-to-life displays.
An industry first, Christie AccuFrame was developed specifically for the simulation market. It’s able to nullify image artifacts (such as smearing or double image perception) in high speed simulation. A fully adjustable electronic solution, it supports various frame rates and environments, delivering the most accurate frame display.
Christie AccuFrame has been tested against other types of projection systems in daylight, night time and with Night Vision Goggle (NVG) stimulation where speed and accuracy are key.
Christie AccuFrame enables the removal of any perceived “double imaging” of content due to image frame perception in the eye. Our Christie Matrix line offers accurate frame display for Non-CRT projectors for use in fast simulation environments. Fully adjustable to support various frame rates and environment.
Christie AccuFrame Pro
Christie AccuFrame Pro is an advanced smear reduction technology designed for simulator visual systems. Optimizing the scene at the pixel level based on content intensity, AccuFrame Pro dramatically improves the dynamic resolution of moving images while maintaining brightness without affecting color or adding latency.
AccuFrame Pro is especially effective in scenes dominated by low-to-mid intensity pixels – the majority of simulation content. Training tasks, such as target identification and recognition, benefit from the increased dynamic resolution. Moving images appear sharper even when they are in peripheral fields of view, increasing the perception of motion and enhancing the viewer’s sense of realism.