Although Christie, like most companies at the show, was not launching any new products, it did have a clear focus on one particular area: laser projection. The company had provided one of its Solaria CP42LH models (designed to deliver 14ftL on a 3D screen) for the CineEurope auditorium; this is where the (extremely discerning) members of the cinema industry go to watch new trailers and content, so the requirement for image quality is very high!
On its stand, Christie was emulating a small cinema, with its CP2208-LP laser phosphor projector. This model is designed for smaller auditoriums than the CP42LH, for screens up to 10m wide. Vive Audio was also installed in the mini theatre, with four-way screen channel and two-way surround speakers. The effect was high quality, immersive sound.
As well as its projectors, Christie was showing three digital signage solutions. One of these was the 98″ FHQ981-L, and another was the 46″ FHD462-X. This latter model has very thin (3.7mm) bezels and was being used to great effect in portrait-style signage. Finally, three 2×2 MicroTile arrays were located around the stand.