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Griffyn 4K32-RGB is made for the stage

Griffyn 4K32-RGB is made for the stage
Griffyn 4K32-RGB

Griffyn 4K32-RGB is made for the stage

The Griffyn 4K32-RGB is Christie’s first projector to offer new digital convergence by individually selecting red, green or blue by remote control

Primarily designed for theme parks, sports venues and other environments with little regard for downtime, Christie has developed the Griffyn 4K32-RGB. With 360° orientation capabilities, the Griffyn 4K32-RGB includes next-generation Trulife+ all-in-one electronics for “a blur-free experience, unrestricted connectivity and picture-perfect image alignment”. The omnidirectional RGB pure laser model is housed in a compact single chassis with no additional components or option cards required.

Capable of providing up to 34,000 lumens while operating at less than 50dB at full brightness, the Griffyn 4K32-RGB is the company’s first projector to offer new digital convergence by individually selecting red, green or blue by remote control. It produces a wide colour gamut, achieving greater than 96% of the Rec. 2020 colour space for a richer visual experience. It also features optional HFR capability to achieve 120Hz at 4K resolution or up to 480Hz with HD resolution for lifelike images.

In other news, the manufacturer has launched two free software solutions: Christie Mystique Lite and Christie Conductor. Christie Mystique Lite removes the time-consuming work of image alignment in multi-projector arrays. It works with an inexpensive third-party webcam to warp, blend and align up to three supported Christie projectors in a single horizontal projector array on a flat surface or screen with the click of a button. The interface automatically detects the projectors and webcam, allowing users to mark the corners of their screen to then align, blend and warp an image.

Christie Conductor is a monitoring and control software solution for up to 256 Christie 3DLP projectors. Conductor reportedly enables end users to proactively diagnose technical issues, execute repetitive processes with a single click and keep projectors working optimally, reportedly reducing the risk of downtime and saving hours of manual work.

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