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Case Studies

Panasonic Visual Solutions have proven their worth for customers right across Europe. Panasonic has given event producers the freedom to create spectacular live shows and 3D mapping events. For Museums, Theatres and Exhibition Centres our stunning, interactive visual technologies provide the freedom to engage minds of all ages. Our low cost of ownership projectors and professional displays are the silent workhorses in the background giving organisations in Education and the Corporate sector the freedom to collaborate. Take a look through our library of downloadable case studies, to discover exactly how our technology is setting the working world free to succeed.

Product Category: Projectors
Sector: Leisure, Restaurant & Bar
The trick in Prague's restaurant and bar business is to come up with something that the city has never seen before, an idea that will simply wow people. This is what has been achieved thanks to Panasonic projection at the Crazy Daisy cocktail bar.
Product Category: Projectors, Professional displays
Sector: Education, University & College
Edge Hill University implements a lecture capture solution with Panasonic technology and Panopto software in a flexible graduation space.
Product Category: Projectors
Sector: Media Entertainment & Events, Rental & Staging
QED utilises Panasonic high brightness laser projectors to deliver a spectacular architectural projection mapping event at The Deep in Hull, which was also used as a live TV broadcast backdrop for the announcement of the winner of the UK City of Culture 2021.
Product Category: Projectors
Sector: Exhibition
Fiera Milano Congressi is refreshing the layout at MiCo with 36 Panasonic projectors, including 30 PT-RZ770 and 6 PT-DZ21K2, while a fibre optic signal routing ensures top quality throughout.
Product Category: Projectors
Sector: Manufacturing, Other Manufacturing
Teseo, a leading company in the leather-products sector, used Panasonic PT-VX610 video projectors to reproduce patterns directly on to the leather prior to cutting for faster, more accurate work.