Christie 4K solutions make “digital curtain” come alive at Senzoku Gakuen College of Music

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Christie® is pleased to announce that Senzoku Gakuen College of Music (SGCM) has adopted its 4K projection and auto calibration solutions for the “digital curtain” of its new theater, named MUSIC POOL CINO. SGCM chose to use a “digital curtain” instead of installing a traditional Japanese tab curtain – made from a single or several pieces of fabric with elaborate embroidery widely considered to be a work of art – to provide entertainment and boost MUSIC POOL CINO’s public image, as well as to surprise, impress and uplit audiences before a performance. This “digital curtain” is the first of its kind to be installed in an educational institution in Japan. The large curtain measuring 19 meters wide and 4.84 meters high is used to project digital content. Projector delivery and control is accomplished by Ushio Lighting Inc. using two Christie Boxer 4K30 3DLP® projectors installed at the rear of the theater. Both projectors are equipped with Christie Mystique, an automated camera‐based alignment and recalibration solution that enables quick installation, alignment, calibration and maintenance of multi‐projection systems. A spokesperson from Ushio Lighting Inc. added, “Since images are projected on the curtain, its edges may shift back and forth under the influence of air conditioning or atmospheric pressure, resulting in distortion or deviation of the portion where two images blend. Christie Mystique software has been introduced to overcome these misalignments. The ability to quickly adjust and maintain multiple projector projections makes troubleshooting easy for the user.”

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