Museum / Exhibition
Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center
Why Choose Panasonic?
- - High 20,000-lm brightness and superb picture quality ensure bright and vibrant large-screen projection on the giant curved surface.
- - Auto Screen Adjustment Upgrade Kit ET-CUK10 allows automatic multi-screen projection setup and will eventually minimize set-up time and costs.
A major museum devoted to the legacy of Russia’s late first president
Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center, the first presidential center in Russia, opened in Yekaterinburg, where President Yeltsin’s political career began. The center is a unique cultural and social institution, including a museum of the first president of the Russian Federation, an educational center and library, a children’s center, an event area and a conference hall.
In the atrium zone, the biggest space in the center for mass events such as ceremonial events, a giant video installation has been designed to attract visitors’ attention.
Giant stationary projection diorama
Furthermore, the Panasonic Auto Screen Adjustment Upgrade Kit ET-CUK10 is used to seamlessly connect images. Each group projects an image in a single picture 12.6 x 9.2 meters large and images from the neighboring projector groups are overlaid for half a meter to the left and right of the edge.
The ET-CUK10 helps to provide a uniform image of basic parts and overlay points through an externally connected camera and will eventually minimize set-up time and costs.
The ET-CUK10 allows automatic multi-screen projection setup through an externally connected camera.
The magnificent view lent bright colors to the launch
Panasonic’s flagship projectors produce magnificent beauty on the atrium facade and add vividness to this historic project.