Customer Story

National World War II Museum

Bright and brilliant colors from three Christie Roadster S+20K DLP® projectors displayed on a 120ft x 36ft curved screen become the canvas to replay history

From the invasion of Poland in September 1939 to the end of the war in August 1945, World War II touched, and continues to touch, the lives of millions of people throughout the world.

Although countless words and pictures have documented the impact of this event, none tell it like “Beyond All Boundaries,” a powerful and poignant 45-minute 4D experience tracing America’s participation in the conflict from the raid on Pearl Harbor to the final surrender of Japan.

“We chose the Christie Roadster projectors for their color quality and brightness. We also like the constant intensity lamp setting. This feature helps maintain the original output level of the projectors, providing an even edge blend as the lamps age.”

Steve Calver, project manager, Electrosonic

Playing eight times daily inside the Solomon Victory Theater at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana, “Beyond All Boundaries” audiences witness rare and graphic footage of the D-Day invasion, the Battle of Iwo Jima and numerous other key battles in a mesmerizing display made possible by Christie® technology.

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