Rave Computer Driving Content On World’s First 4K Projector at 120Hz

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High-powered computers from Sterling Heights-bsaed Rave Computer are at the right of this setup, which projects super-sharp 4K ultra HDTV images onto a screen.

High-powered computers from Sterling Heights-bsaed Rave Computer are at the right of this setup, which projects super-sharp 4K ultra HDTV images onto a screen.

STERLING HEIGHTS (WWJ) – Rave Computer is partnering with Christie and RTT USA for the upcoming Siggraph 2013, being held July 21-25 in Anaheim, Calif. 

A powerful Rave Render Cube, a workstation that can scale up to supercomputer strength, work station will be glowing in the booth, driving brilliant, high-resolution 4K content from RTT USA on the recently launched Christie Mirage 4K25.

The Christie unit, a projector and screen, offers proprietary 1.2 gigapixel per second processing and full 4096 by 2160 resolution at 120Hz. (That’s twice the screen resolution of today’s best HDTVs.)

The Rave unit boosts the power of the Christie unit’s onboard server, allowing crystal clear 4D HDTV images.

Designed for 3D immersive visualization applications, the Christie Mirage 4K series provides 10,000 to 35,000 lumens brightness flexibility, a variety of input options including DisplayPort, HDMI and HD-SDI and built-in Christie Twist for curved screens and blended array visualization applications.

“As a global leader in visual technologies, Christie has significantly raised the industry bar with the Mirage 4K25,” says Rick Darter, President and CEO of Rave Computer. “The opportunity to demonstrate Rave’s expertise in building high performance computing solutions in tandem with this powerful application is exciting and one that we’ve met head-on with the Rave Render Cube.”

Five Rave Render Cubes have been custom configured and built to power Christie powerwalls located at RTT USA in Royal Oak, and during exhibitions on the road with Christie teams.

For those interested in seeing the Cubes in action, contact Rave Computer to set up a personal tour and demonstration by calling (800) 966-7283.

More online information about the Rave Render Cube is located at: http://bit.ly/RenderCube.

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