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Panasonic has unveiled a new beyond 4K resolution 3-Chip DLPTM laser projector with 27,000* lumens of brightness, at InfoComm 2016.

Designed for events, staging and rental applications, the PT-RQ32K develops 27,000 centre lumens at 5120 x 3200 resolution.

The 240 Hz projector incorporates Panasonic’s unique pixel-shifting quad pixel drive technology and enables flexible projection by supporting existing optional lenses and advanced image-adjustment capabilities.


Panasonic has showcased three low-maintenance, ultra-compact 1-Chip DLPTM laser phosphor projectors at InfoComm 2016.

Aimed at exhibition, staging, signage, control room, education and meeting room applications, the projectors are the PT-RZ970 series (three models up to 10,400 lm(Center)), the PT-RZ770 series (two models up to 7,200 lm(Center)) and the PT-RZ660 series (two models up to 6,200 lm(Center)).


Panasonic has announced its thinnest ever bezel video wall, with the launch of a new 55-inch flagship videowall at InfoComm 2016.

With a bezel-to-bezel width of 1.8mm, the TH-55VF1H is a 700 cd/m2 direct-lit LED panel which delivers visual impact even in brightly lit retail or staging environments. Pixel-free Full HD resolution positions it for multi-screen use in control and monitoring rooms.


Research from Panasonic has found that 3D mapping, the technique of using projection to illuminate building facades, is replacing traditional types of event entertainment such as fireworks.

A survey of design agencies, events companies, end users and manufacturers, commissioned by Panasonic and carried out by Installation Magazine, shows that over the past three years both the number of projection mapping projects and the revenue they have generated has grown.