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Christie laser projectors bring learning to life at ITE College Central

At ITE College Central, creativity and innovation are highly valued in disciplines such as Electronics & Info-Comm Technology, Engineering, and Design & Media. The College has placed emphasis on technology to enhance learning and prepare students for jobs in the digital age. This include investing in visual and projection solutions that deliver eye-opening presentations or display dynamic data to inspire students and augment their learning experience. To achieve this objective, ITE College Central acquired 12 Christie DHD1075-GS and D16HD-HS 1DLP® laser projectors for deployment across the campus. Venues include lecture halls and a speaker’s chamber for training, executive saloons and event halls for corporate training, and hosting of VIPs during official events, as well as a 300-seat theater known as Theatre@IlluminITE.

ITE College Central has previously installed four Christie Roadster HD20K-J projectors in the 1,460-seat Tay Eng Soon Convention Centre. “Our experience with Christie products has been very positive and we’re highly satisfied with the reliability and performance of projectors across the entire product range. Considering that we conduct Design & Media courses in this campus, image quality and color accuracy is of utmost importance,” said Joshua Chong, Technical Officer, Venue Management, CDE Division, ITE. “We’ve been using Christie projectors for some time and have witnessed that they are able to maintain color accuracy and consistency through time, which is an important factor in venues like ours where multiple projectors are fitted.” Since the new projectors are used mainly in lecture halls and training facilities, the technical team at ITE College Central agreed that Christie’s 1DLP® laser illuminated projectors are most suitable for these venues due to their compact footprint, low noise, high usage reliability and robust light source that can withstand the rigors of daily use. Bensen Ong, sales manager, Enterprise, Christie Singapore, commented: “We are delighted that ITE College Central has placed its trust in our 1DLP® laser projectors. The GS and HS Series have set benchmarks in brightness, color accuracy and form factor, offering a powerful, reliable and cost-effective option for high-use applications.” The projectors were installed by EAS in less than a month during the school holidays to minimize disruption.

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