Christie laser projectors bring coastal landscapes to life in Shandong province


Christie® laser projectors have transformed the coastal landscape along the picturesque Changdao Scenic Area in Shandong province into an enchanted wonderland with stunning projections for a largescale nigh time extravaganza. The night time spectacular comprises 15 unique exhibits interspersed along the coastline, combining engaging storytelling, gorgeous natural landscapes, and innovative use of 3D projection, mist, water and other atmospheric effects to offer an exciting and spellbinding visual feast to visitors.

Projection is accomplished by Christie’s trusted partner Wincomn Technology using 15 Christie D20WU‐HS 1DLP® laser projectors, two Christie DWU1075‐GS 1DLP® laser projectors, and 17 Christie DWU630‐GS 1DLP® laser projectors. “We have chosen Christie’s HS and GS Series laser projectors for this project as they have been proven to deliver outstanding visuals even in harsh environmental conditions,” said Tony Chen, general manager, Wincomn Technology. Another highlight of “Dreams of Fairy Mountain” is a 100‐meter‐long forest‐themed interactive corridor, where images of a sea of flowers, sandy beaches, ocean waves, and swimming fishes are projected on the floor by Christie DWU630‐GS projectors discreetly installed overhead. Using an image tracking system, visitors can interact with the swimming fishes, adding to the fun and excitement. Guests strolling along the coastline can also enjoy several amazing projections on rocks and reefs that resemble animals such as a majestic looking lion and a playful seal. At another spot, images displayed on large boulders provide the illusion that they are beautifully dyed in multiple colors. Thanks to Christie’s proprietary BoldColor Technology, the projected images are accurately reproduced with stunning brilliance and full brightness. The Christie HS and GS Series projectors are housed in weatherproof enclosures to further enhance their stability and reliability, since they are installed in harsh environments that are exposed to high humidity and seawater.

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