There are a variety of new product introductions featured at InfoComm 2013 in Orlando, Florida. One of them is Christie’s JumpStart, the Christie FHD551-XG with Corning Gorilla Glass, and the company’s first turnkey multi-touch video wall solution. The Christie Multi-touch Video Wall Solution comprises a 4-unit wide by 1-unit high row of portrait-mounted 55-inch LCD panels with bonded Corning Gorilla Glass, Christie Interactivity Kit, Christie JumpStart, and the mounting hardware for a wall-mounted or freestanding display.
Christie JumpStart now provides additional flexibility with six outputs (compared with four previously) and a 50 percent increase in resolution capability – now 15 megapixels. The content management system allows you to display multiple, high-bandwidth video files, graphics, Microsoft Windows applications, Blu-ray and DVD movies, and text effortlessly on a large-format video wall. It is compatible with any digital display, including Christie MicroTiles and rear-projection or flat-panel display solutions.
“Christie JumpStart targets architectural markets including museums, universities, stadia, corporate offices and retail stores needing high resolution, reliable content playback across large video walls,” said Richard Heslett, senior product manager, Christie. “Rental stagers will also benefit from the speed and ease of setup of JumpStart, and its support for unique display configurations.”
The first 55-inch super-narrow bezel LCD display for tiled video walls with bonded Corning Gorilla Glass, the Christie FHD551-XG is ideal for touch screens including broadcast sets and high-traffic public spaces including hotels, restaurants, museums, airports and railway stations.