There are moments that occur in your life that you know, even at that instant will be remembered throughout history. Until now, you would have to take in every moment of these instants and hold onto that memory as hard a you could to ensure that you could tell it to others in the hope that they could perhaps, even for a second, experience the emotions and zeitgeist of that brief passage of time that you were in. Christie have decided to rewrite the rule book in regard to these scenarios. Teaming up with their partner Wincomn Technology they have allowed us a look into what life was like during the Han Dynasty in what is now modern day China.
This amazing feat requires the use of more than 40 Christie 1DLP laser phosphor projectors. These projectors offer a wide and stunning array of colourful visuals which bring the museum housing multiple exhibitions to life and to give the appearance and feeling of being in that world now removed from us by over two millennia.
There is one attraction in particular which has become the primary draw of attention at the museum. This is the final resting place of the wife of the Marquis of Dai known as Lady Dai. This archaeological site has been restored by Christie and their projectors. The projectors have displayed a stunning visual, projected onto the archaeological remains which returns the tomb to the state it was in all those years ago.
Christie haven't stopped there though. The Han Dynasty were proficient astronomers and even calculated the tropical year at 365 and 1/4 days. Within the museum is a dome theatre which has been spectacularly illuminated by 12 Christie DWU850-GS projectors which guarantee up to 20,000 hours of life.
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