The National Infantry Museum and Christie 6P laser shine new light on historical heritage
The National Infantry Museum has a wealth of hidden archive film – but the cost of converting it to their 1570 system would have meant less money going to their core mission – preservation and education. They knew going digital in their large screen cinema would reach a wider public – but it was only by choosing Christie 6P laser that they opened up a whole new revenue stream.
You can read how they did it in AVenue. Out now.
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