MicroTiles


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MicroTiles

A modular digital display system from Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc., Cypress, CA, www.microtiles.com. The MicroTiles units are 16x12x10" DLP and LED-based modules that snap together with only a 1mm seam between them. They automatically synchronize and color calibrate with each other to form a display of any size or shape. See DLP.


Christie MicroTiles
The thin seam between modules creates an appearance of a single display. For repair, each module can be removed from the front. (Image courtesy of Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc., www.microtiles.com)
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MicroTiles are small, digital displays that can be stacked and clustered in unique shapes to create unique video displays and unify many different video and audio inputs.
Christie - whose global customers include Disney, the BBC, Toyota, the Cannes International Film Festival, Nasdaq, Harrods, the China Film Council and NASA -- say MicroTiles can be used for boardrooms, broadcast studios, digital signage, houses of worship, live venues, retail advertising, government and educational facilities.
ICS will offer many of Christie's most compelling technologies including video walls; curved screen displays; multi-projector arrays; multi-sided immersive environments; MicroTiles digital displays; and cutting edge projection technologies for 3D, virtual reality and simulation.