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Sound and light combine in Roskilde

Panasonic projectors and displays are being used to bring rock, pop and youth culture to life at RAGNAROCK Museum, Denmark. Opened in April 2016, the permanent exhibition uses a total of 15 Panasonic projectors alongside three 55-inch Panasonic displays throughout the 1,200-square-metre space. Youth culture is as visual as it is auditory, so the projection formed an important part of the museum experience. For more information on Panasonic Visual System Solutions please visit: http://business.panasonic.co.uk/visual-system/

  • High brightness on the high seas

    Amptown System Company ha…

    Amptown System Company has used Panasonic projection to help create a unique entertainment space for Royal Caribbean International. A commitment to high-quality entertainment on-board its ground-breaking Quantum Class ships led to the development of Two70, a multi-level great room with the capacity for 540 guests. A central pillar of Two70 is Vistarama, a floor-to-ceiling video projection mapping that allows Royal Caribbean to create any scene, real or imagined, as a backdrop to the theatre. Vistarama combines 18 high brightness projectors to create a stunning 12K resolution screen over 30m wide and 6m tall. For more information on Panasonic Visual System Solutions, please visit: http://business.panasonic.co.uk/visual-system
  • Panasonic lighting projector Space Player in action!

    Discover how the Space Pl…

    Discover how the Space Player can be used to bring exhibits to life or attract attention in a retail environment when combined with specific content and mapping software. The Space Player is Panasonics’ innovative new lighting projector which combines the functions of traditional lighting and video projection. Ideal for use in a museum or gallery environment, the Space Player possess both lighting and laser projection functions in a single spot-like shaped design.
  • Case Study: High Definition Visual Communications at the IOC

    Panasonic High Definition…

    Panasonic High Definition Visual Communications (HDVC) systems are used to simplify the process of organising the Olympic Games at the International Olympic Committee (IOC). We go behind the scenes at the organisation's Lausanne headquarters to find out how HDVC brings together remote teams, cutting cost and carbon within the organisation.
  • RTBF Visual Radio Studio Equipped with Panasonic Cameras and Video Walls

    In September 2015, the ‘R…

    In September 2015, the ‘Radio Télévision Belge Francophone’ (RTBF) unveiled a new, custom-made visual radio studio. RTBF wanted to ensure the project used cutting-edge technology system, and chose Panasonic to install a custom-made audio visual and control system. In total, there are nine AW-HE120 cameras in the studio that are controlled by an AW-RP120 remote operation panel as well as 36 TH-47LFV5W screens that form four 3x3 video walls. The "Visual Radio Studio" project won the gold medal in the New Technologies category and silver medal in the Media & Entertainment category at the Online Video Awards 2016. For more information on Panasonic remote cameras, please visit our website: http://business.panasonic.co.uk/professional-camera/products-and-services/remote-camera-systems/ptz-cameras
  • How to build a Panasonic DIGITAL LINK system?

    DIGITAL LINK technology a…

    DIGITAL LINK technology adapts to a variety of system configurations for transmission of AV and control signals from source to display over very long distances. With the addition of Panasonic switchers or digital interface hubs—or any compatible third-party switching, splitting, and routing equipment—DIGITAL LINK is a cost-effective way to distribute content to multiple devices in your network with complete reliability.
  • What is DIGITAL LINK technology?

    DIGITAL LINK is a connect…

    DIGITAL LINK is a connection system based on HDBaseT™ technology that supports the transmission of HDMI signals, uncompressed 4K video, Full HD video, audio, and control commands through a single LAN cable for very long distances—up to 150 m (492 ft). It’s a simple, high-quality digital transmission technology that works to reduce installation cost and complexity in venues of all sizes.
  • Panasonic cares for Virgin Trains' projector

    Panasonic CARES (Customer…

    Panasonic CARES (Customer Assurance through Remote monitoring and Enhanced Service) is a service which connects projectors and displays via our Mobile Virtual Network, helping customers maximise uptime, minimise costly interruptions and stay focused on their professional priorities. Panasonic remotely monitors and maintains the Virgin Trains' projector at London's Euston Station. For more information on Panasonic CARES, please visit: http://business.panasonic.co.uk/visual-system/technology/m2m-remote-monitoring-and-maintenance

    Motoko Ishii and Akari-Li…

    Motoko Ishii and Akari-Lisa Ishii created a special ten-minute light programme on the facade of the Colosseum in Rome, in order to commemorate the 150th anniversary of diplomatic relationships between the Italy and Japan. The event, which included nine Panasonic PT-DZ21K2 Evo projectors, was free to attend and took place over three nights in May 2016. Organiser: Executive committed for Light Event Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Italy and Japan Support: The Embassy of Japan in Italy, FONDAZIONE ITALIA GIAPPONE Subsidiary: The Japan Foundation Planning and Production: Motoko Ishii & Akari-Lisa Ishii Lighting Design: Motoko Ishii & Motoko Ishii Lighitng Design (Tokyo), Akari-Lisa Ishii & I.C.O.N. (Paris)
  • Panasonic Roadshow 2016 in Bucharest

    We present newest solutio…

    We present newest solutions of Visual, Broadcast and Security categories. We invite you to see new LightID technology and Open Port Platform. Get to know our new PT-RZ970 projector series, entry level installation model: PT-EZ590, laser projector PT-RZ570 and flag ship projector: PT-RQ13K. PT-FZ570 Enjoy our product presentation!
  • Making a splash at the Bellagio

    Panasonic has achieved on…

    Panasonic has achieved one of the world's largest-ever water screen projections with a series of Kabuki performances at the Bellagio Hotel, owned by MGM Resorts International. Kabuki is a classical Japanese performance, known for the stylisation of its drama. The production on the Bellagio Fountains, produced by Shochiku Co Ltd, was called "Panasonic Presents Kabuki Spectacle at Fountains of Bellagio: Koi-Tsukami" (Fight with a Carp.). For more information on Panasonic Visual System Solutions, please click: http://business.panasonic.co.uk/visual-system/
  • Performer with "KUKAN" - 140 Panasonic professional video wall displays at MilanoSalone 2016

    Performer with "KUKAN" - …

    Performer with "KUKAN" - The Invention of Space realised with 140 Panasonic professional video wall displays at MilanoSalone 2016 Panasonic takes part in the Milano Salone 2016, which is held in Milan, Italy from April 12 to 17. This year, Panasonic is introducing an installation designed with the theme - "KŪKAN" The Invention of Space. The installation features one hundred forty 55-inch video wall screens TH-55LFV5 arranged into 7 pillars that will showcase Japan's unique view of the world and the beauty of its nature, while also combining the traditional culture of Japan with state-of-the-art technology to bring to life a new experience, the "Wonder Japan Experience" that fuels imagination.
  • Bringing visual mapping to the restaurant table with Le Petit Chef

    Traditionally visual mapp…

    Traditionally visual mappings are thought of as large video mappings onto buildings, at large events being viewed by large crowds. However, Belgian based company Skullmapping, run by Antoon Verbeeck and Filip Sterckx, have demonstrated that small scale visual mappings for a smaller group of people can be equally impressive. ‘Le Petit Chef’ tells the story of a small animated chef who is projected onto diners’ plates and proceeds to ‘cook’ their food, on their plates in front of them. A new way of thinking about visual mappings Initially the mapping was centred round a main meal. The video of this proved such a success on YouTube (where the video had 4.3 million views in the first 10 months) and other social media, that Skullmapping added an entrée, a fish dish and came up with the second story, the bouillabaisse. Now the mapping consists of a full meal including an entrée, main course and dessert. For more information about our professional projector line up visit our website www.business.panasonic.co.uk
  • Panasonic helps light up Cambridge e-Luminate Festival

    The e-Luminate Cambridge …

    The e-Luminate Cambridge Festival is a modern arts festival for a city at the forefront of technology and research. One of the key installations at the Festival in 2016 was 'Venn' at the Senate House. Lines and shapes merge in this stunning projection by the Projection Studio's Ross Ashton featuring Susie Olczak. Reminiscent of Venn diagrams, this piece is a tribute to John Venn, English logician and philosopher who studied at Gonville and Caius College. A single Panasonic PT-DZ21K2 Evo projector helped create the stunning show. For more information on Panasonic Visual System Solutions, please visit: http://business.panasonic.co.uk/visual-system
  • AF1 dispays featuring Android-based System OpenPort PLATFORM

    Introducing Panasonic AF1…

    Introducing Panasonic AF1 dispays: Professional signage display featuring Android-based System On Chip OpenPort PLATFORM Introducing Panasonic new AF1 Series: the industry's most adaptable, flexible, and versatile signage display solution. Its powerful OpenPort PLATFORM™ operating system not only allows for extensive display customisation in a wide variety of applications, but also makes installation and everyday operation easier than ever before.
  • Moscow International Festival "Circle of Light" - DZ21K2 projectors set a Guiness World Record

    The Moscow International …

    The Moscow International Festival “Circle of Light” is an annual event at which light and graphic designers use the urban space of Moscow as a canvas for multimedia and light installations. Panasonic flagship projectors DZ21K2 strongly supported the festival and set a Guinness world record for the “Largest Projected Image.” Projecting on the facade of buildings, stretching for more than 19,000 square meters, was an unprecedented attempt for the world record. The projection was formed by 137 Panasonic PT-DZ21K2 Series projectors across eleven towers at the riverside and on the roofs of buildings.
  • Panasonic CARES

    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

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