On display will be the PT-MZ670 Series of projectors, which combine the affordability of three LCD with the brightness, long-life performance and cost-savings of Panasonic’s laser technology.
Another addition to Panasonic’s staging laser projector line-up is the PT-RZ21K Series, with continuous operation and compact size for flexibility for large venues.
“Panasonic is committed to providing solutions that help customers enhance the stakeholder experience, with industry-leading performance, versatility and efficiency that will meet their needs well into the future,” says Panasonic Australia general manager of media and entertainment Peter Huljich.
Panasonic will also demonstrate its Space Player hybrid spotlight and laser projection device. The Space Player is a compact cylinder that resembles a regular shop spotlight but can highlight in-store displays by blending video, stills, graphics and text-based digital signage with multiple spotlighting effects in virtually any combination desired. It can project in all directions below its horizontal axis thanks to a flexible universal joint and is mountable on conventional lighting tracks.
Also on display will be Panasonic’s touch-screen interactive display, the TH-75BQE1.
This 75” 4K direct LED panel makes digital whiteboard communications more affordable and effective for business, government and education institutions. It provides an extra-large, highly detailed display with vivid, sharp 4K resolution.