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Christie evolves MicroTiles LED

February 06 2020

Christie evolves MicroTiles LED with new Active 3D capabilities

New 3D experience will launch at ISE 2020

CYPRESS, Calif. – The innovation of Christie MicroTiles LED continues with the debut of Active 3D, launching at ISE 2020. Visitors to the Christie stand, 1-H70, will see the new capabilities of Christie MicroTiles LED 1.25mm tiles in action.

Christie’s Active 3D for MicroTiles LED enables a robust, flicker-free 3D experience. Using active shuttered 3D glasses, users can view 3D content at 120Hz (60Hz per eye) in a 1.25mm pixel pitch. Combined with MicroTiles’ high-brightness and P3 cinema-quality color, Christie MicroTiles LED Active 3D delivers an uncompromised 3D experience.

With Active 3D, Christie MicroTiles LED displays 4K UHD content at 120 frames per second at 1000 nits brightness via a Christie Link E1000-3D video wall controller. Christie MicroTiles LED Active 3D is designed for users who demand the best in 3D visualization capabilities in industries including aerospace, automotive, military simulation and theme parks. With integrated Christie Terra SDVoE technology and Christie MicroTiles LED design flexibility, the display can be customized to suit, from CAVEs and digital signage to control rooms.

 “With the addition of 3D capabilities to Christie MicroTiles LED, we’ve taken a game-changing product and enhanced it further. We understand the need for a 3D visualization and design experience that doesn’t compromise brightness or color - and is flicker-free. MicroTiles LED delivers stereoscopic images at up to 12-bit color depth, 120fps and 4:4:4 chroma subsampling in P3 cinematic color. With MicroTiles LED Active 3D, we anticipate our customers will experience heightened innovation via advanced collaborative design,” says Ted Romanowitz, senior product manager, Christie. 

Christie MicroTiles LED with Active 3D will be available March 2020.

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