Christie Mirage 4KLH presents Ang Lee’s new film in China

Christie presented Ang Lee’s new film, Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, using customized dual-head Christie Mirage 4KLH RGB laser projection systems during its premiere in Beijing and Shanghai.

Screened in 4K resolution, stereo 3D, and at 120 frames a second [fps], the film made its debut at Beijing Bona Youtang International Cineplex. The Christie Mirage 4KLH system has been specially modified to screen Lee’s new film. It now features a Christie TruLife electronics platform with a video-processing pipeline of up to 1.2 Gigapixels per second.

Zhonglun Ren, president at Shanghai Film Group, commented: “Having worked closely with Christie to unveil the world’s first commercial RGB laser projection system in 2014, we are honored and thrilled to equip our flagship auditorium with the dual-head Christie Mirage 4KLH RGB laser projection system to screen director Lee’s film in 4K, 3D, and 120 fps.”

Jason Pei, deputy general manager at Christie China, added: “We’re delighted that Bona Film Group and Shanghai Film Group have installed our dual-head Mirage 4KLH system to bring director Ang Lee’s definitive version of Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk – in 4K, 3D, and 120fps with a brightness of 28 foot-lamberts – to audiences in Beijing and Shanghai.”

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