Customer Story

Carleton University's Advanced Cognitive Engineering Lab

Focusing on the content, not the display

Christie custom-built 9 million pixel single image assists with isolating different variables that affect visual fidelity

Carleton University’s Advanced Cognitive Engineering Laboratory (ACE Lab) is associated with the Visualization and Simulation (VSIM) department. The lab, which is part of Cognitive Sciences at Carleton University, focuses on human perception and a major thrust of the research is fidelity in simulation.

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. The seamless single image is a blended 2x4 configuration of eight Christie Matrix HD4 3-chip DLP® simulation projectors mounted on a custom structure designed to accommodate the evaluation of various test bed/platform simulators.

Quick Facts

  • Customer:
    Carleton University Advanced Cognitive Engineering (ACE) Lab
  • Location:
    Canada
  • Configuration:
    8 Christie Matrix HD4
    Christie Twist and Christie MotoBlend