Hunan Museum Uses over 40 Christie Projectors to Illustrate History at the Han Dynasty Tomb

More than 40 Christie 1DLP projectors are installed at the Changsha, China Hunan Museum. 14 projectors surround the 17-meter-deep trapezoidal-shaped pit grave housing the 2000-year-old tombs of King Ma and Lady Dai. While installation of these projectors in such cultural and historical venues is complex, their presence offers benefits such as extended operation, small footprint operations in various settings, exceptionally bright and sharp imaging, and wireless connectivity.

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