Case Studies

Expo Milano 2015

Brazil Pavilion:

Why Choose Panasonic?

  • - High 8,500 lm of brightness and superb picture quality with Panasonic's original Dynamic RGB Booster technology.
  • - The ET-DLE030 ultra-short-throw lens allows large-screen projection from a short distance.

The global adoption of homegrown technological advancements in food cultivation - which has seen Brazil develop into one of the greatest agro-industrial nations in the world - was the main focus of its large 4,133 m2 pavilion.

A 56.4 meter-long wall was brilliantly illuminated with seamless edge-blended widescreen images courtesy of twenty-two compact PT-DZ870 projectors fitted with ET-DLE030 Ultra-Short-Throw lenses.

(1st floor) Panasonic’s experience creating arresting large-scale visual installations is on show in this configuration of
twenty-two concealed 1-Chip DLP™ PT-DZ870 projectors fitted with ET-DLE030 ultra-short-throw lenses.

Sensors installed along a lengthy corridor automatically activated media presentations, which beamed down from twenty-five 1-Chip DLP™ PT-DZ870 units set up for rear projection and hidden in the ceiling.

Installation Image

Projected image.

(2nd floor) Media playback from twenty-five concealed PT-DZ870 projectors commenced automatically
when sensors detected visitors approaching.

Equipment installed
  • 1-Chip DLP™ projector PT-DZ870 x 47 units*
  • Ultra Short Throw Lens ET-DLE030 x 22 units
  • Super-Narrow-Bezel LCD Display TH-47LFV5 x 25 units
  • Brazil Pavilion
  • Thailand Pavilion
  • China Pavilion
  • Intesa Sanpaolo Pavilion
  • Wine Pavilion
  • German Pavilion
  • Alitalia/Etihad Airways Pavilion
  • Japan Pavilion
  • UAE Pavilion
  • Poretti Beer Stand
  • Chile Pavilion
  • Venezuela Pavilion
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