CAMPUS TECHNOLOGY/BOSTON – (July 20, 2015) – Christie®, a leader in visual and audio solutions, will be showcasing the Christie Captiva DHD400S ultra short throw projector, the 65 inch multi-touch Christie FHD651-T LCD panel and the Christie Brio Team+ at Campus Technology 2015, July 27-30 at Hynes Convention Center in Boston. Offering a wide-range of technology to enhance learning, Christie combines ease of use with reliability and affordability to provide the right solution for all classrooms.
This 1DLP® projector brings 3500 lumens to small spaces with an ultra short throw lens that delivers HD images from very short distances, while providing 20,000 hours of light, eliminating costly lamp and filter replacements. Ideal for the classroom, the 0.25:1 short lens throw ratio of the DHD400S means that students and teachers can get close to the display without disrupting the image, unlike standard projector lenses.
Long-lasting light for small spaces
Visitors to the booth will see the latest technology for enhanced learning environments, including a preview of the newest addition to Christie’s line-up of laser phosphor projectors: the Christie Captiva DHD400S.
Collaborate with ease using the Brio Team+
Also on the booth is the Christie Brio Team+, a collaborative tool that allows users to connect wirelessly regardless of their location and share information using their preferred device, whether PC, Mac or Android.
Spend less time setting up technology and more time interacting in real-time with the simple user interface of the Brio Team+. Display video in native resolution through wired DVI-D inputs, initiate whiteboard and connect to an existing audio system without sacrificing classroom time.
Multi-touch capabilities with Christie’s 65-inch LCD touch panel
Pair the Christie FHD651-T 65-inch LCD touch panel with the Brio Team+ to turn the 65-inch touch panel into a collaborative whiteboard with up to four simultaneous touches. For use in portrait or landscape orientation, the FHD651-T 65-inch LCD touch panel has HD resolution and a wide range of inputs including HDMI, DP a