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|The Moscow International Festival “Circle of Light” is an annual event at which light and graphic designers utilize the urban space of Moscow as a canvas for multimedia and light installations. Panasonic flagship projectors strongly supported the festival and set a Guinness world record for the “Largest Projected Image.”||
|On a stage floating on an artificial lake, a dynamic performance combining Kabuki with cutting-edge technology took place. Panasonic has achieved one of the world’s largest water screen projections with its 16 flagship projectors.||PT-DZ21K (x16)||USA||-||Video|
|For the launch of Coldplay’s album, ‘Ghost Stories,’
a state-of-the-art video solution was created and Panasonic PT-DZ21K projectors contributed to worldwide promotional shows in two different venues.
(x46 for Ghost Stories TV Special, x16 for Ghost Stories Live 2014)
|iMapp Bucharest 555, a multimedia show, was held at the Palace of the Parliament, in Bucharest.
104 Panasonic projectors were used to create one of the world’s largest architectural 3D projection mapping shows to commemorate the 555th anniversary of Bucharest.
|Night Lights, one of the highlights of the Singapore Night Festival, has returned to the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) again this year. The museum facade is transformed into a vast canvas and Panasonic
PT-DZ21K projectors create a vivid image of Mother Nature.
ET-D75LE50 x 2,
ET-D75LE6 x 3)
|The Annual International Music Festival “Spasskaya Tower” took place in Moscow’s Red Square.
Panasonic acted as technical partner for the festival, in which PT-DZ21K projectors were used to create vibrant 3D projection mapping on St. Basil's Cathedral.
|Roger Waters’ seminal ‘The Wall Live’ world tour returned to Europe in 2013. To bring these creative shows to life, Panasonic PT-DZ21K and PT-DS20K projectors were installed into grand scale stadiums and arenas.||PT-DZ21K
|Various European Regions||(1.05MB)||Video|
|i Light Marina Bay 2014, a sustainable light art festival, marked its 3rd anniversary with over 20 art installations around the waterfront. On the facade of the iconic ArtScience Museum, a large-scale projection emerged with Panasonic flagship projectors.||PT-DZ21K (x16)||Singapore||(2.11MB)||Video|
|The Singapore Night Festival features several light installations spread over the festival grounds. This year, Panasonic supported the festival as the official projection partner and the Singapore Art Museum’s facade was covered with an interactive 3D projection mapping.||PT-DZ21K (x5)||Singapore||(1.04MB)||Video|
|The Venetian® Macao-Resort-Hotel launched a spectacular 3D light and sound show called "The Magic of the Seasons." The dazzling light show was made possible by innovative digital projection mapping technology and 26 high-brightness projectors.||PT-DZ21K (x26)||Macau||-||Video|
|Coloring the famous Brandenburg Gate in Berlin with vibrant 3D projection mapping, the Panasonic PT-DZ21K proved its superior performance in the events sector, creating a new visual experience for the Festival of Lights.||PT-DZ21K (x4)||Germany||(1.52MB)||Video|
|The Opening Ceremony officially marked the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games. Panasonic boosted the mood by providing the very latest ultra-bright projection technology to help light up the Opening/Closing Ceremonies, the arenas and the pavilions for various countries with incredible images, vivid colors and high-resolution detail.||PT-DZ21K Series,
|Petersen Automotive Museum, based in Los Angeles, had reopened with much fanfare after being shuttered for 14 months. One of the goals was to make the space more experiential, and Panasonic projectors brought an integral part of the museum to life.||
|The New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has launched the interactive “Connected Worlds” exhibition to encourage visitors to think about environmental sustainability. Panasonic 3-Chip DLP™ projectors create fantastic scenery with a revolutionary approach.||PT-DZ21K (x9)
|Science Centre Singapore unveiled its latest exhibition, called the E-mmersive Experiential Environments (E3), which combines different virtual reality technologies to create a fully immersive experience for visitors.
Panasonic supports this breathtaking exhibition showcasing the alliance between science, technology and education.
|Panasonic supplied more than 640 visual systems in over 40 pavilions at Expo Milano 2015, themed “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”. Selected for high quality and reliability, our projectors were used to create breathtaking images on a huge variety of surfaces while interactive touch-screen and video-wall panels served a feast for the senses.||Projectors:
Over 470 Units
Over 170 Units
Total: Over 640 Units
|Hamamatsu Air Park exhibits jet fighters and defense equipment and also introduces activities of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force that not many people have a chance to see. The All-Around Theater, a popular attraction at the Air Park, was renewed in April 2015. In the renewed theater, Panasonic projectors are used to provide dynamic images.||PT-DZ10K (x5)||Japan||(1.60MB)||-|
|The Australian Museum's blockbuster exhibition, ”Tyrannosaurs: Meet the Family,” opened and crowds poured through the doors to see giant fossils of T-Rex and his relatives. A large-scale immersive projection system creates a fusion of the present and time immemorial.||
(*8 units are installed
|Children’s Season at the Singapore Art Museum was launched as an educational platform aimed at inspiring and stimulating young minds through contemporary art. Panasonic projectors were used for the "Funky Forest" interactive contemporary art exhibit to engage and entertain the school children.||PT-D6000||Singapore||-||Video|
|A spectacular museum showcasing Jewish culture and history opened its doors in November 2012. Located in Moscow, the innovative exhibitions, including Panasonic’s cutting-edge projection, provide a thought-provoking experience to its visitors.||PT-DZ8700
|Visitors to a unique display on a multi-faced 228-meter-long, flat and curved screen are able to experience an extraordinary new Chinese exhibition titled Old Beijing Gets Moving. New life is breathed into old paintings by Panasonic projectors.||PT-DW6300K (x56)||China||-||Video|
|At the new ocean gateway of the Port of Nagasaki emerges an image projection system designed to present the charm of Nagasaki to visitors.||PT-DW6300K (x12)||Japan||(463KB)||-|
|The Tale of Genji Museum has completed a renovation of the contents of its exhibits. Crisp, full high-definition images play a key role in the museum's new look. Panasonic DLP™ projectors are used to present the world of The Tale of Genji in its full glory.||PT-DW10000
|Materials for various academic and international conferences are shown in bright, crisp high definition images by Panasonic projectors.||PT-DW10000
|Hamaguchi Goryo Archives/Tsunami Educational Center is meant to raise awareness of the threat of tsunamis, and to shed light on the process of emergency evacuation. The terror of a tsunami is brought home to viewers in a 3D simulation on a giant screen.||PT-DW10000 (x2)||Japan||(162KB)||-|
|When Towson University opened a new liberal arts building in 2011, the Technology Services team wanted to make sure that their AV investments would pay off for the future. Panasonic SOLID SHINE series projectors exceed team's expectations.||PT-RZ670 (x7)
|Kingston University is undergoing a £30 million IT infrastructure transformation to ensure that students at the University have a first-class learning environment. 170 Panasonic PT-RZ370 LED/Laser projectors were installed in lecture and seminar rooms across the university.||PT-RZ370 (x170)||UK||(2.11MB)||Video|
|In 2014, the Education Center on Computational Science and Engineering was established within the Integrated Research Center of Kobe University to focus on visualizing big data in various fields and deepening research activities. In the Education Center, Panasonic projectors are used to project sharp and clear 3D data images to support research activities.||PT-DZ870W (x2)||Japan||(1.17MB)||-|
|Bush Chapel in Southeastern University is one of the university’s busiest spaces and has a capacity of 750-hosting 2,000-3,000 student experiences via large performances per week. The combination of Panasonic’s award-winning projectors and ultra-short throw lens create a screen that is 40 feet (12.2 meters) wide.||
(*4 units are installed
|Denmark’s largest maritime educational institution has upgraded the ship bridge simulator, and Panasonic’s leading-edge technology contributed a full-scale visual system.||PT-DZ870 (x7)
|Providing a truly innovative learning experience, the brand new Science and Engineering Centre at Queensland University of Technology created
“The CUBE”—one of the world’s largest digital interactive learning and display spaces which used many Panasonic projectors.
* For the CUBE
|Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, offers a forward-thinking curriculum that prepares its students for a wide array of careers. When the school partnered with Panasonic projectors, it quickly realized the opportunities for students were endless.||PT-FW100NT||USA||-||Video|
|Today, the center is fully equipped with Panasonic digital projectors that play a vital role in support of the center’s lifesaving work.||PT-DW10000
Multiple units of
|In April 2007, the University of Tokyo ("Todai") celebrated the 130th anniversary of its establishment at its current location. Panasonic projectors support Todai, as it continues to symbolize to the world the power of Japanese scholarship.||PT-D10000 (x2)||Japan||(182KB)||-|
|Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University is a new university founded on a clear concept, and established by the tradition-steeped mother school in Kyoto. In the university’s classrooms and lecture halls, Panasonic DLP™ projectors are an essential part of classes, lectures, and student life.||PT-D7700 (x2)
|Every classroom in the Olathe District Schools is equipped with a large, easy to see screen and a Panasonic projector which allow teachers to freely display a wide variety of lesson materials.||PT-F100NT (x250)||USA||-||Video|
|Panasonic is in partnership with Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University, and its DLP™ projectors are helping to educate the people who will lead the film industry into the future.||PT-DW7000 (x5)
|The Cathedral of Our Lady (Frauenkirche) is a landmark in the city of Munich. The late-Gothic brick edifice dazzles visitors and inspires solemnity. Panasonic’s visual solution makes church services and ceremonies more engaging without compromising solemn dignity.||PT-DZ21K (x2)
|Panasonic Center Osaka is a Global Communications Hub for Panasonic. Using large wall screens and other unique display systems, Panasonic projectors offer highly innovative audiovisual solutions.||
(* 9 units for the curved surface projection system.)
|Panasonic installed 12 of its PT-DZ21K large-venue projectors for the World Cup of software programmers in Warsaw's historic Congress Hall, one of Poland’s most well-known heritage sites. About 3,000 guests were impressed to see the beautiful images that lit up the 40-meter span of the multi-level dome inside the hall.||PT-DZ21K (x12)
|The Hotel Nakayamasou in Miyazaki Prefecture has built a new wedding hall called “Luce". In the chapel, a magical atmosphere is created by an interactive floor projection, helping couples have a memorable wedding experience.||PT-D5700 (x2)||Japan||(266KB)||-|
|Laser Pacific Media Corporation is a post-production company that serves clients such as Hollywood producers and directors. Here, AE Series projectors are at work to meet the demand for highly precise image reproduction.||PT-AE1000 (x10)
|Within the Brand Center at the global headquarters of leading sports brand adidas, near Nuremburg in Germany, is the world's longest projection wall which consists of 25 Panasonic projectors delivering an incredible 105 m long image.||PT-D7700 (x26)||Germany||(281KB)||-|
|Visitors to the center are able to walk across a floor of moving images that are projected from below ground. This is achieved using Panasonic projectors housed in a room that has been dug out of the ground specifically for the visual installation.||PT-D7700 (x1)
|The use of the cameras and Panasonic DLP™ projectors allow Van Dyke to display hymn lyrics and scripture readings as well as vivid images, enhancing the pastor's sermon in real time.||PT-DW7000 (x2)||USA||(109KB)||Video|
|In July 2007, one of the largest and most technologically advanced post-production facilities in Japan opened in Tokyo’s Yoyogi district. A Panasonic DLP™ projector is employed on the “Music Stage” where top-notch visual and audio works are produced one after another.||PT-D7700 (x2)||Japan||(150KB)||-|
|KATSUTAYA Wedding Hall has produced countless weddings throughout its thirty-year history. Panasonic projectors play a part in creating more impressive wedding ceremonies.||PT-DW10000 (x1)
|The PT-DW7000U projectors are now the centerpieces of WESH-TV's redesigned set, creating backgrounds with moving graphics for the anchors and reporters.||PT-DW7000||USA||(186KB)||Video|
|HONMA GOLF opened its flagship Shinagawa Studio store with the goal of broadening its customer base. Vivid, wide-screen images cast by this new store's Panasonic projectors help to deliver a wide range of information to the public.||PT-D5700L (x3)||Japan||(252KB)||-|
|LaROK and 7 for All Mankind rely on the bright images of Panasonic projectors to engage their shoppers and incorporate technology into fashion.||PT-D5600 (x4)
|Today, casinos are using cutting-edge and emerging technologies to lure visitors and entertain players on the game floor. Panasonic projectors provide 24/7 projection so that the action never wanes on the game floor.||PT-DW7000 (x18)||USA||-||Video|
|A variety of multimedia equipment gives visitors a unique insight into the production processes used in one of Germany's few remaining working salt mines.||PT-D3500 (x11)
|“BAR bowl” has opened in a bustling, youth-oriented section of Kyoto. The clientele drink and dance while a DJ spins the latest hip-hop tracks. Vivid moving images produced by a Panasonic DLP™ projector provides the backdrop.||PT-D4000||Japan||(188KB)||-|
|Campbelltown City Bowl in Sydney's west has installed 15 Panasonic PT-LB30E LCD projectors. The projectors are the centrepiece of the 30-lane layout, with each projected image spanning two lanes, providing all bowlers with a view of the screens.||PT-LB30 (x15)||Australia||(291KB)||-|
|The Traffic Control Center monitors traffic conditions in the prefecture and controls traffic flows to maintain a safe and smooth flow of vehicles. The Center has recently renovated the information display system by replacing the existing display system with Panasonic's 16-screen multi-vision projection system.||PT-RZ475 (x16)||Japan||(1.07MB)||-|
|TV shows can take months of planning, preparation
and labor to produce a top-quality, innovative and
entertaining program for viewers. The PT-DW10000 enhanced the Smash Lab's production process with its high-quality images.
|BlueScope Steel has installed seven Panasonic DLP™ (digital light processing) projectors at its Port Kembla Steelworks, as large viewing screens for critical process control of manufacturing operations.||PT-D5600 (x3)
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