Christie expands MicroTiles with new interactivity and control functions
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By News Desk
17 June 2011
MicroTiles is suitable for use in a variety of markets, including architectural and display, according to Christie
Visual technology company Christie has used the InfoComm exhibition currently running in Orlando, USA to add new functionality to its MicroTiles range. As well as a new interactivity options, i-Kit, it has launched the content management software JumpStart, which can control multiple video inputs across tiled displays.
Christie's i-Kit applies multi-touch interactivity to arrays of up to 16 x six screens, allowing viewers to scroll, flick, rotate and pinch content. The USB-enabled system 'works straight out of the box' and can support 24 touches on its maximum array size, with no need for manual sensor set-up.
Aimed at the architectural, exhibition and DOOH markets, JumpStart automatically detects tiled displays and can handle multiple windows at different resolutions. Christie says that it allows both novice and expert users to introduce complex features to their content easily, and that it supports 24/7 operation.
Demonstration units of i-Kit will be available as of October, and it will be supplied with a one-year warranty. JumpStart systems will be available to test in September, with a warranty of three years.
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