Christie Mirage 304K features Christie TruLife Electronics Platform for Lifelike 3D Experiences
Tokyo, Japan July 03, 2015
Christie is introducing the Christie Mirage 304K projector featuring 120Hz and omnidirectional capabilities June 24-26 at IVR, Japan's largest 3D and high definition image technology exhibition. Delivering 30,000 lumens and 3DLP technology, the Christie Mirage 304K is designed for 3D applications and advanced visualization for industries including automotive, location-based entertainment, government, military, oil and gas, biotechnology, and more.
Featuring the powerful Christie TruLife Electronics platform, Christie Mirage 304K supports a video-processing pipeline of up to 1.2 Gigapixels.
Providing a variety of input options including DisplayPort, HDMI and HD-SDI, and built-in Christie Twist™ for curved screens and blended array visualization applications, Christie Mirage is a benefit to global business and visualization applications that rely on both 3D and single or multiple channel immersive displays. The image quality, color and uniformity of Christie Mirage 304K provides visual accuracy in the product development process, which, from concept to design, can reduce risk and costs for research and prototyping.
The durability of Christie Mirage 304K means no down time with 24/7 reliability in fully immersive virtual experiences while the stereoscopic capability of the Mirage 304K enables engineering work collaboration and visualization of highly-complex data.
"An omnidirectional projector for 3D and advanced visualization at full 4K 120Hz is a breakthrough in projection technology," said Jennifer Smith, executive vice president, Global Market Solutions, Christie. "Using lamps from Ushio, the Christie Mirage features the patented Christie 6-mercury lamp illumination system. With the new Christie Mirage 304K operating at true 120Hz, Christie continues to push the envelope in visual display solutions."
"Christie designs and implements the most advanced 3D projection visualization display solutions," added Mamoru Hanzawa, director of Christie Digital Systems, Japan. "With the launch of the Christie Mirage 304K, Christie continues to give its customers what they need to create and share the world's best visual experiences."
Christie is a global visual and audio technologies company and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ushio, Inc., Japan. Consistently setting the standards by being the first to market some of the world's most advanced projectors and complete system displays, Christie is recognized as one of the most innovative visual technology companies in the world. From retail displays to Hollywood, mission critical command centers to classrooms and training simulator s, Christie display solutions and projectors capture the attention of audiences around the world with dynamic and stunning images. For more information, visit http://www.christiedigital.com