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Opening ceremony of FINA Budapest 2017 world championships

Hungary saw the biggest projection mapping ever made during the opening ceremony of FINA Budapest 2017 world championships. 50 pieces of Panasonic’s PT-RZ31K on an area of 9000 square meters supported the opening ceremony through its breath taking imagery.

  • A TECHNOLOGY PARTNERSHIP AT COMICS STATION ANTWERP

    Comics Station Antwerp, a…

    Comics Station Antwerp, a new comic book themed experience centre in Antwerp, has opted for an interactive approach to bring evergreen comics into the 21st century. They installed 22 Panasonic laser projectors and over 90 Panasonic displays with third party overlay functionality, bringing touch screen capability. Over 100 fire sensors and 90 high end IP security cameras in combination with intelligent security software ensure safety for all visitors. For more on Panasonic solutions for museums, please visit: http://business.panasonic.co.uk/solutions/museums
  • LinkRay Tech Shines at Petersen Auto Museum

    Panasonic has been a tech…

    Panasonic has been a technology partner with the Petersen Automotive Museum providing display and projection solutions to enhance their visitor’s experience. Through the use of Panasonic’s LinkRay technology, Petersen can provide an easy to use, targeted, immersive experience through mobile devices. LinkRay uses LED light sources – spotlights, digital displays, or backlit signboards – to transmit ID codes via visible light so that virtually any camera-equipped smartphone can capture it. Smartphones with the LinkRay app read and interpret these “Light IDs” which instruct the phones to download content and information from the internet. From there, the system can provide virtually unlimited information and experiences. Since Panasonic LinkRay transmits data via LED light sources, LinkRay devices can be everywhere!
  • Discover how our Visual solutions are providing freedom to create in various sectors accross Europe

    Panasonic projectors and …

    Panasonic projectors and professional flat panel displays have all proven their worth for customers all across Europe. From world-class equipment for the live entertainment industry to multi-touch displays for education and professional displays for digital signage, Panasonic Visual Solutions are integrated into operations across industries and sectors, meeting and exceeding the expectations of specialists looking to achieve greater experiences while driving productivity and efficiency.
  • PROJECTION MAPPING MAGIC AT ISE 2017

    ISE 2017 saw Panasonic ma…

    ISE 2017 saw Panasonic making an addition to its large venue projector range, with the introduction of the PT-RZ21K. It adds a laser light source companion to the PT-DZ21K, which is Europe's best selling high-brightness projector. RZ21K was incorporated inside the showstopper that really drew the crowds.
  • Panasonic LinkRay™ technology - Introducing a new 1-2-1 mobile marketing tool

    LinkRay™ uses LED light t…

    LinkRay™ uses LED light to transmit digital content to mobile devices, turning digital signage displays, signboards and light sources in to 1-2-1 marketing tools for smartphones. Users can receive data sent from LinkRay™ transmitters by using their smartphone’s camera and a dedicated app. Information can be displayed in the user’s native language, augmenting visitor experiences in spaces such as museums and galleries, as well as in retail environments. Watch our LinkRay™ Technology explanations.
  • Marina Abramović at Moderna Museet - the technology behind a life's work

    Panasonic and Information…

    Panasonic and Informationsteknik Scandinavia provide the technology solutions that perfectly portray the Marina Abramović collection at Moderna Museet. A total of eight Panasonic 55" LCD displays and 33 high brightness laser projectors are cleverly integrated throughout the gallery, suspended from the ceiling and utilising the most appropriate coloured model to best blend in to the room's colour scheme. For more information on Panasonic Visual Systems, please click: business.panasonic.co.uk/visual-system
  • Gallery Invasion

    Experimental project with…

    Experimental project with dynamic projection mapping by Skullmapping (http://www.skullmapping.com) Directed and animated by Filip Sterckx Concept by Filip Sterckx + Antoon Verbeeck Paintings by Antoon Verbeeck 3D modeling by Birgit Sterckx Sounddesign by Roundhouse Mocap actor: Nicolas Vanhole Created with the Mirror Head and MDC-X by Dynamic Projection Institute (http://www.dynamicprojection.com)
  • Elbphilharmonie Grand Opening | »Ode to Joy« Light Show

    Hello World and thank you…

    Hello World and thank you for your participation. Let's go! ______ www.elbphilharmonie.de
  • Elbphilharmonie Hamburg Grand Opening - Behind the Scenes

    Elbphilharmonie Opening …

    Elbphilharmonie Opening On the evening of the 11th of January the waiting came to an end. With a spectacular production the opening of the Elbphilharmonie exceeded all expectations, and the opening concert was visualized in real time. Especially for this occasion an algorithm was developed which translated the concert from up to 64 live audio tracks into visual effects. This matched music and architecture in an impressive display on the exterior walls of the new architectural highlight in the harbor city of Hamburg, Germany. For this purpose, 27 projectors with a total of more than 800,000 ANSI lumens of light were used, and resulted in a total resolution of 17,400 x 2,160 pixels. More than 800 lighting fixtures were used for the lighting and effects inside the venue. On behalf of the global lead agency Jung von Matt, as well as gestalt communications, PRG XL Video Germany delivered an extensive array of technical equipment. Jerry Appelt developed the lighting design for the event, using PRG Best Boys, Icon Beams, Clay Paky Mythos and over 500 SGM LED luminaires. The video content was created by the Offenbach design agency Madhat and projected onto the walls with twenty four Panasonic 31K laser projectors, as well as three Barco 40K projectors. The Hamburg planning office Beacon was responsible for the production management. Entertainment Technology Concepts (ETC), Laserfabrik and kölnton were also involved in the implementation of the event. More information and pictures: http://www.prg.com/de/en/case-studies/elbphilharmonie
  • Panasonic at Rio2016

    As the "Official Ceremony…

    As the "Official Ceremony Partner" of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Panasonic has delivered approximately 110 projectors and various broadcasting and professional equipment and systems. This support goes beyond provision of equipment. Panasonic provides comprehensive imaging solutions that include: Visual system design, System installation, Operation and maintenance at the venues.
  • Panasonic CARES (V2)

    Customer Assurance throug…

    Customer Assurance through Remote monitoring and Enhanced Service solutions. A remote cloud base solution for your Panasonic visual technology . For more information please visit: http://business.panasonic.eu/CARES Panasonic CARES Customer Assurance through Remote monitoring and Enhanced Service solutions - Maximise the uptime of your projectors and displays - Pre-empt and prevent failures or interruptions to operations - Save time, effort and money - Reduce your TCO - Manage maintenance and consumables more effectively and accurately A remote solution for your visual technology If you’re responsible for the operation of projectors or displays in your organisation, you’ll know how critical it is to ensure their constant availability. In lecture theatres, museums, retail environments and many other settings, if your visual technology isn’t up and running, or if you’re faced with unexpected downtime, it can prove extremely costly – in terms of time, money and productivity. Now, however, there is a solution to the problem. Panasonic CARES – Customer Assurance through Remote monitoring and Enhanced Service solutions is a service for the projectors and displays in your business, connected via our Mobile Virtual Network, helping you maximise uptime, minimise costly interruptions and stay focused on your professional priorities. With Panasonic CARES, you receive expert, proactive support from our specialist team, saving you time, effort and budget. Including M2M equipment monitoring, maintenance scheduling and early warning software – available as either a licensed package or remotely managed service – it’s the ideal way to enhance performance, operations and product lifecycles. Cloud connectivity makes all the difference Most monitoring systems require direct connections between individual projectors and displays, and on-site servers. With Panasonic CARES that has all changed. Your projectors and displays are now connected to our services through a cloud-based platform – creating a true ‘plug and play’ solution. This connection operates over the 3G mobile network or LAN, providing huge flexibility and convenience, as the cloud-based information can be accessed anywhere, from any mobile device. For more information please visit: http://business.panasonic.eu/CARES
  • DCU LASERS IN ON NEW AV FUTURE

    Dublin City University ha…

    Dublin City University has embarked on an AV transformation, including the rollout of Panasonic laser projection technology. The University is set to install the latest Panasonic laser projection technology, alongside the Crestron Digital Media Platform within each suitable teaching space, across three campuses. The combination met a brief that had two main elements, reliable and low maintenance equipment, which would be easy to use for the presenter. By the end of December 2017, it's expected that over 150 laser projectors will have been installed at DCU. For more information on Panasonic laser projection technology, please visit: http://business.panasonic.co.uk/visual-system/solid-shine-laser-projection
  • Behind the scenes on the Panasonic media tour to Denmark

    We offered 15 journalists…

    We offered 15 journalists from across Europe the opportunity to see how Panasonic laser projection technology is helping drive innovation in the museum sector as well the opportunity to hear about Panasonic’s B2B strategy and to touch and try some of our latest business technologies. We visited Moesgaard Museum, in Aarhus, Denmark, which recently opened a new stone age exhibition, taking the number of Panasonic AV products installed there to over 100 and also visited Faengslet Museum in Horsens for a tour of the former prison. For more information on Panasonic B2B, please visit: http://business.panasonic.eu/
  • Novaline relies on Panasonic projection for perfect hologram

    We visited the NovaLine™ …

    We visited the NovaLine™ stand at IBC 2016 to showcase their advanced interactive hologram solution. The system utilises D3 media servers and two Panasonic PT-DZ21K2 Evo projectors. For more information on Panasonic large venue projection, please see: http://business.panasonic.co.uk/visual-system/projectors/large-venue-projectors
  • The perfect backdrop for pipes and drums

    The Projection Studio uti…

    The Projection Studio utilises high brightness Panasonic projectors to accompany world famous military spectacle, The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. For the 2016 Festival, the Tattoo organisers felt that their incumbent projection systems were outdated and insufficiently bright, struggling to stand out against the rest of the lighting design and pyrotechnics, that had advanced year on year. In addition, the inclement weather meant that often the Castle was wet, making it even more challenging to project on to. Following late night test shoots, organisers decided to invest in Panasonic projection technology. In total, 12 PT-DW17K2 3-chip DLP™ projectors were chosen, due to the incredible brightness and strong colour reproduction of the projector. For more information on Panasonic AudioVisual technology please visit: http://business.panasonic.co.uk/visual-system
  • Panasonic amazes at the Edinburgh Tattoo

    The Projection Studio uti…

    The Projection Studio utilises high brightness Panasonic projectors to accompany world famous military spectacle, The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. For the 2016 Festival, the Tattoo organisers felt that their incumbent projection systems were outdated and insufficiently bright, struggling to stand out against the rest of the lighting design and pyrotechnics, that had advanced year on year. In addition, the inclement weather meant that often the Castle was wet, making it even more challenging to project on to. Following late night test shoots, organisers decided to invest in Panasonic projection technology. In total, 12 PT-DW17K2 3-chip DLP™ projectors were chosen, due to the incredible brightness and strong colour reproduction of the projector. For more information on Panasonic AudioVisual technology please visit: http://business.panasonic.co.uk/visual-system

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