Christie projectors illuminate Guangdong’s visitor attractions

Christie announced that its Inspire series 1DLP laser projectors have been selected by multiple visitor attractions in China’s Guangdong province as their preferred projection system.

Over 80 projectors have been fitted in the China Qiaodu Museum of Overseas Chinese and Jiangmen Local Chronicles Hall in Jiangmen City, as well as the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Talent Hub in Guangzhou. Christie partnered with Jianye Display to supply and install the projectors.

Zhongliang Li, technical director at Jianye Display, commented: “AV technologies, including projections, have been increasingly embraced by visitor attractions in China to bring exhibits to life with dynamic visuals.”

About two dozen Christie DWU760-iS and DWU860-iS projectors are utilised to illuminate a range of digital exhibits throughout Qiaodu Museum of Overseas Chinese.

At Jiangmen Local Chronicles Hall, 40 Christie DWU760-iS and DWU860-iS laser projectors have been installed in the exhibition areas.

Similarly, Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Talent Hub sees its exhibition areas being powered by more than a dozen of Christie DWU860-iS and DWU960-iS laser projectors, and a Christie 4K7-HS 1DLP laser projector.

Li elaborated: “With advanced features like laser illumination, 24/7 operation, quiet operation, and omnidirectional capabilities, the Christie Inspire series delivers striking visuals to these prestigious venues in Guangdong province, making it the ideal choice for enhancing visitor engagement and enjoyment.”

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