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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.


Panasonic Business has today announced the launch of ‘Think again’, a new integrated advertising campaign that asks people to reassess what the Japanese manufacturer means to them.

The playful campaign asks the question, “You thought Panasonic just made great TVs?” before inviting people to ‘Think again’ with a series of facts, world records and case studies that highlight the company’s B2B pedigree.  


Lang, one of Europe’s leading AV technology rental companies, has committed to purchase 50 Panasonic PT-RZ31K projectors, the 28,000 lumens laser phosphor projector launched at ISE 2016.

The 3-Chip DLPTM SOLID SHINE series, which has been designed specifically for large venue applications, is the brightest projector Panasonic has ever launched, and offers continuous maintenance-free operation, low total cost of ownership, a small cabinet and stunning picture quality.


The AV industry has welcomed the launch of Panasonic’s simple System on a Chip AF1 display series which is available this month (April 2016).

The AF1 Series features an Android™ and HTML5-based OpenPort Platform™ and is equipped with a 1GHz quad-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, and 8 GB of internal storage. It substitutes expensive external ‘Wintel’ systems which also require cabling, additional mounts and installation.