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Christie partners at ISR exhibition in Moscow

October 24, 2018

MOSCOW Russian partners of Christie®, DIGIS and Hi-Tech Media Systems, will be demonstrating the latest solutions from the leading creator and distributor of advanced audiovisual technologies at Integrated Systems Russia 2018 in Moscow from October 24 to 26.  

At the DIGIS stand, Russian audiences will have their first opportunity to experience the Christie® Crimson Series 3DLP® laser phosphor projector (25,000 ISO lumens, 60 Hz processing, and Christie BoldColor™ Technology in a compact chassis), as well as the Christie Pandoras Box Quad server, Christie Pandoras Box Widget Designer and Pandoras Box Manager. The Pandoras Box system composites images from multiple projectors, and also includes an interactive panel.

The Christie Crimson WU25 laser projector delivers a bold, bright image using the Christie TruLife electronics platform and BoldColor Technology. What makes the projector stand out is its low operating cost and high reliability: at its core is an IP5X sealed, solid-state laser light source designed for years of reliable service with virtually no need f​or maintenance.

The Pandoras Box Widget Designer, which will also be presented at ISR, provides more possibilities for connecting web clients, allowing an unlimited number of users to control the system.

"We have been working with Christie for a long time, and so we know that this global brand with almost a century of experience in innovation produces equipment that we can rely on in complex projects. This includes the Zaryadye Park project, which deservedly won the Visitor Attraction category at the prestigious InAVation Awards 2018. Together with LANIT Integration, DIGIS has created a cutting-edge media complex, featuring a wide range of Christie equipment that includes more than 100 products," explains Pavel Sigov, distribution director, DIGIS.​

Hi-Tech Media Systems

Christie Pandoras Box solutions will be on display at the Hi-Tech Media Systems stand. ​​“We want to show visitors at ISR 2018 an example of an installation that demonstrates a system at work. In our case, this is a modern meeting room where a variety of multimedia content is managed using the Pandoras Box server,” explains Alexander Protskikh, deputy general director, Hi-Tech Media Systems. “Using a 1.6 mm pitch LED video wall and a Pandoras Box server, we will demonstrate the diversity of our activities and the solutions that we have provided.” 

“We are very glad to see innovative Christie and Pandoras Box solutions, which are highly popular in our partners’ projects, on display at the ISR exhibition this year,” says Sergey Dudnikov, EMEA sales consultant, Christie. “We are now seeing Pandoras Box become the standard for the industry. This is naturally thanks to its specifications, but also to a large extent because Pandoras Box can be used not only with Christie equipment, but also with other brands, Dudnikov concluded.

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