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Christie D4K40-RGB, Crimson & J Series and Pandoras Box present stunning visuals for Singapore’s Bicentennial

Christie’s projection and content management and processing solutions played an instrumental role in delivering a highly engaging dance extravaganza organized by the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) to commemorate 200 years of Singapore’s founding. The performers’ slick dance moves were complemented by an array of stunning multimedia projections using a Christie D4K40-RGB pure laser projector, a Christie Crimson WU25 3DLP® laser projector, and four Christie Roadster HD20K-J 3DLP® projectors, while content management and processing was achieved by the Christie Pandoras Box Quad Server and Compact Player.

The laser projectors and Pandoras Box systems were provided by Christie Singapore and installed by its local partners Electro-Acoustics Systems and Total Solution Marketing respectively for this event. Outside the auditorium, the Crimson WU25 displayed bright and dynamic images of the event’s titles on the wall above the main entrance, welcoming all guests and heightening their anticipation of the concert. Inside, the D4K40-RGB was deployed for main projections on the huge backdrop, while the double stacked Roadster HD20K-Js covered the projections on two tall, narrow drapes on each side of the stage. The results were colourful and lifelike visuals that enhanced the overall look and feel of the wide-ranging dance performances and heightened the audience’s enjoyment of this concert.

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