Christie Technology Brought Audiences Inside the Brain at California Institute of Technology's TEDxCaltech 2013
Christie Roadster Projectors, Christie MicroTiles, and a Christie Spyder Video Processor Helped Display Information on Stage
January 23, 2013 --
Christie solutions included the Christie HD10K-M and Christie Roadster HD20K-J 3-chip DLP projectors, as well as the multiple award-winning Christie MicroTiles, all controlled by the Christie Spyder video processor. Christie MicroTiles were featured on-stage as a free-standing "brick" configuration, its content synchronized with the projected images on three screens behind the performers, utilizing the curved walls of the auditorium to provide a fully immersive experience.
"Throughout my long career in the display industry, I have always looked up to Christie as a market leader that combines technical innovation with robust engineering and an expansive line of products," said Jon 9. "I was extremely happy to be working with them on this project."
Dr. Michael Roukes, Robert M. Abbey Professor of Physics, Applied Physics, and Bioengineering, and co-director of the Kavli Nanoscience Institute at Caltech, who was co-organizer of the event, added, "We were very pleased to have Christie as a sponsor of TEDxCaltech. Their visual display products produced absolutely gorgeous visualizations and were vital to helping us provide a fully immersive experience for our audiences."
Recognized worldwide for its exceptional programs, the Caltech faculty, members of which spoke at the event, have won hundreds of awards over the years, including multiple Nobel Prizes as well as medals of science and technologies.