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Panasonic partners with AV Stumpfl to ensure compatibility with new Pixera media server

Panasonic and AV Stumpfl® have announced a technical collaboration at ISE 2019, which will see full compatibility between the newly launched PIXERA media server and Panasonic’s high brightness projector line up.

Panasonic engineers have worked alongside AV Stumpfl developers to ensure connectivity between Panasonic projectors and the new generation of servers, ensuring greater performance with regards to the quality of edge blending and black level adjustment, reducing the set up and configuration time for live projection.

PIXERA interfaces with the Panasonic CUK10 camera calibration system, in order to share the projection layout and configuration for even the most complex set ups. API programming is planned which will see the development of a fully automised self-calibrating system.

PIXERA is being utilised within the Panasonic showstopper at the show, a 3D mapping on a giant inflatable surface featuring Panasonic’s new fish eye lens and taking visitors on a visual journey across the world.

“We always strive to provide ease of use to reduce the technical pressure associated with projection set up,” said Hartmut Kulessa, European Marketing Manager for Panasonic. “PIXERA has certainly simplified the setup of our own showstopper at ISE 2019. It is likely to be a very important product for large scale projections, so it’s vital our products integrate seamlessly with it.”

AV Stumpfl GmbH CEO Tobias Stumpfl added, “Using PIXERA, entering the world of professional media playout solutions has never been easier. This general ease-of-use does not mean however that there is no depth to the software. The great flexibility with which users can manipulate content in a true 3D space is just one example which shows that PIXERA is a powerful tool which will inspire a great number of AV professionals at ISE."

Visit Panasonic at Booth 1-H20,Hall 1, ISE2019, Amsterdam RAI, February 5–8, or for more information on Panasonic’s Visual Systems.