Brian Duffy at Panasonic gives AV Nation’s Matt Scott a booth tour that includes an overview of one exhibit that would be ideal for a museum installation blending displays and projection. By combining anti-glare displays of various sizes, Panasonic provides unlimited opportunities for whatever display array and display/projection combination is needed. Duffy encourages integrators to take on these more creative projects and work alongside Panasonic’s design team to come up with the right solution for the end customer. The commercial grade solutions are designed for 24 hour operation.
Panasonic unveiled a 50K lumens, 4K native 3-chip DLP projector with a small form factor that does not require a separate cooling system. This is a great option for live events, and also fixed installations that are pushing to bigger and better visuals. With features that make this solution more accessible to integrators, it’s sure to continue to push the envelope on immersive experiences.
Tapping into the rapidly growing Esports segment, Panasonic featured an Esports demonstration at InfoComm that encapsulates the range of Panasonic technology – including both studio and Pro video cameras, monitors and projectors. Panasonic is working to make sure their hardware is build to stream at multi-sites globally all at once, with incredible graphics features.
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