Christie MicroTiles have been awarded Eco-Design honours from the Institut Français du Design (IFD) for its digital canvas Christie MicroTiles.
The award is given to a product which reduces a negative impact on the environment, starting from the selection of materials through to the manufacturing stage and the product’s distribution and use by the consumer, all the way to the end of its useful life.
The IFD’s Janus Eco-Design honour is supported by the Agency for Environmental and Energy Management (ADEME).
The tiles have no consumables and have built-in eco-power consumption modes. The eco-friendly MicroTiles can be used for LEED projects and for any building where environmental standards must be met.
There is no limit to the number of tiles that can be used on a display, so by using Christie MicroTiles, a canvas can be produced in any shape and size. The tiles lock together like building blocks and self-calibrate for colour and brightness.
Christie MicroTiles are designed for maximum image quality for out-of-home advertising, video walls and event production.