Panasonic has announced it will move its complete high brightness projection range to laser, with the discontinuation of the PT-DZ21K projector series, enabling lower maintenance and greater reliability in the rental and staging market.
Panasonic Business and Integrated Systems Europe will join forces to bring master projection designer Bart Kresa’s newest projection mapping showpiece to over 100,000 people during ISE 2019.
Sviatovid, a faceted, five metre tall projection sculpture, is the successor to the iconic Shogyo Mujo, which debuted at the Burning Man Festival in Black Rock Desert, Nevada, USA in 2014. The new sculpture is set to create a new benchmark in audio visual art and will be illuminated through 360° in True 4K using four Panasonic PT-RQ32 4K, 30,000lm laser projectors.
Panasonic has announced the launch of a portable LCD laser projector range with the smallest and lightest dimensions in its lumens’ class.
Panasonic’s presence at ISE 2019 will see it promise customers the Freedom to Create, with a range of reliable technologies that provide creative freedom to those involved in Visual and ProAV technologies allowing them to push the boundaries across live entertainment, public displays, education and collaboration.
Among a number of new technologies unveiled at the show will be the introduction of a 50,000 lumens laser projector, combining an industry leading brightness to size ratio and capable of powering bigger, brighter and bolder live events.