Christie Matrix StIM LED Projector Does Visible And Infrared

Posted: Nov 28 2008, 10:05am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:59am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

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Christie has introduced a new projector for the simulation markets called the Matrix StIM. The projector is a Led unit that produces images in visible light and infrared. The projector can produce eye-limiting resolution and provides flexibility in training and realism.

The device features Christie ArrayLOC to adjust brightness, color, and black levels on all projectors in the display with no latency. The infrared illumination allows training with night vision goggles. The projector is intended for military mission training and for first responders.

“The Christie Matrix StIM is a true game-changer. It’s a paradigm shift that challenges industry assumptions about simulation and training,” remarks Zoran Veselic, vice president, Visual Environments at Christie. “We’re offering smaller, more reliable projection modules that work as one system and better meet the requirements for eye-limiting resolution, rather than higher resolution single units that have trouble working in arrays. The Christie Matrix StIM is packed with innovations that set new standards of performance for simulation environments of virtually any size and configuration.”

Via Christie

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