Christie Shares Its Inspirational Journey Of Visual Applications With Korean User Community

Posted 5/14/2013

SEOUL, South Korea – (May 14, 2013) – Christie® shares its inspirational journey of visual applications in Korea through the “My Christie Home” roadshow at Youngjin Demo Center May 13 – 16, 2013. Enhancing the experience is Berni Cho, project manager for the Big O installation at Expo 2012 Yeosu, Korea, to present the exciting three-month journey of welcoming more than 80,000 visitors with the signature multimedia projection displayed on the world’s largest water curtain. Nina Anh, Cummingham Group, also shared the group’s successful strategy of applying Christie’s visual solutions for WW Resort & Theme Park. The sharing sessions by the two end users received an overwhelming response from the local user community.

“We aim to create a platform to enable existing and potential users to share the experience of using Christie’s leading visual technology that is second to none in the market. The event takes the name of “My Christie Home” to highlight our commitment to sharing our inspirational experience of visual applications with the local user community, who are like family,” said Henry Khang, general manager of Christie Korea. “‘My Christie Home’ is engaging and fun and users can have a hands-on experience with the many successful applications of our solutions throughout the country. We hope the users will bring home inspirational ideas to brighten up the visual display world using Christie solutions.”

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