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1080p HD 103" PlasmaHD 42" Plasma

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

• Customer — The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
• Delivery location — Verginia, U.S.A.
• Product to be delivered — 103PF10 x 1, 42PH10 x 40

The United States Patent and Trademark Office, in conjunction with its partner organization, the National Inventors Hall of Fame Foundation, has installed a Panasonic 103-inch plasma as the showcase display system in the Isaac Fleischman Theater of the Patent and Trademark Office Museum in Alexandria, Va. The Panasonic 103-inch plasma joins 40 42-inch networked Panasonic plasma displays installed at the museum.

The museum’s charter is to impactfully communicate the importance of patents and trademarks to society as well as to honor the men and women whose creativity has helped foster a strong and prosperous America. The Isaac Fleischmann Theater seats up to 22 people, and its programs are free to the public.

The 42-inch plasmas are used for a wide range of display purposes, including digital signage as well as motion graphic and still image reproduction. An extensive networked

content playback system-in which essentially every plasma receives playback from its own dedicated PC server-facilitates communication with each plasma via HDMI connection.

Our experience with the existing Panasonic 42-inch plasmas has been positive, and we’ve been very happy with the image quality and performance,” said Jeffrey Dollinger, chief development officer, National Inventors Hall of Fame Foundation. “And as soon as we heard about the 103-inch plasma, we felt it would be the perfect way to add impact to the high-definition, inspirational films that are shown in the museum’s theater. The theater regularly features high-definition content, such as Extraordinary Innovations, a documentary that highlights the importance of patents and trademarks through the stories of X Games’ sports inventors and designers.”


Isaac Fleischmann Theater, Alexandria, VA