Christie is the leading manufacturer of high performance projection and integrated display solutions for network operation centers, broadcast monitoring centers, surveillance rooms, business presentations and meeting rooms, briefing centers, training rooms, auditoriums, 3D, Virtual Reality and movie theatres around the world. Christie’s projectors, integrated display solutions, videowall cubes, rear screen projection modules and wall display controllers have been used by world-class organizations such as AT&T’s Global Network Operations Center, Deutsche Telekom, General Motors, Regal CineMedia Corp., Shell, Shenzhen Telecom, Sony Picture Studios and University of Illinois, Urbana, to name but a few. With expertise in professional projection systems since 1979 and film projection dating back to 1929, Christie along with its network of international partners has installed over 50,000 projectors around the world.
Our product line includes a full range of film projection solutions, electromechanical film handling systems, film consoles, gearless projectors, autowind film handling systems, endless loop film systems, automation devices and Xenolite® bulbs.
As well, Christie offers a comprehensive line of video/data/graphics projection solutions based on current technology platforms: Digital Light Processing™ (DLP™) and Poly-Silicon LCD. To complete this entire line of projection solutions, Christie sells videowalls, rear screen tiling projections, input modules, display wall controllers, networking modules and interfaces.
Christie employs more than 300 professionals worldwide. Manufacturing and assembly facilities are located in Cypress, California, USA (international headquarters) and Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. Full sales and service offices are located in China, France, Germany, Singapore, and the United Kingdom along with consulting offices in Italy and Spain.
Christie is a privately-held company.
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