Panasonic nieuwsbrief januari

Visual System Solutions


Welcome to the January newsletter from the Panasonic Visual System Solutions team – your guide to the latest news, events and developments in projectors and displays.


  • New flagship PT-RQ32K 4K+ laser projector launches
  • LW and LB projector series bring quality to portable projection
  • Short-throw projection made brighter with TX and TW projector series
  • 4K laser projection produces stunning events at London Church House
  • Dublin City University partners with Panasonic and invests heavily in laser projection
  • Projectors and displays make a big impact with UNESCO


PT-RQ32K flagship projector sets astonishing new 4K+ standard for staging industry


PT-RQ32K flagship projector sets astonishing new 4K+ standard for staging industry
The Panasonic large-venue projector line up has a new flagship. Delivering 4K+ resolution via Quad Pixel Drive technology and 27,000 lm of brightness, the PT-RQ32K 3-Chip DLP™ SOLID SHINE laser projector redefines the projection possibilities for the rental and staging sector.
Setting a new standard for the category, the PT-RQ32K maintains image consistency for longer, coupled with high brightness output and lower maintenance requirements, meaning a reduced total cost of ownership. All of this from a projector that weighs a fraction of its competitors, while creating completely immersive visual experiences.
Combining SOLID SHINE laser technology with 3-Chip DLP™ processing means the ultra-brightness of the image is matched by colour uniformity – critical for lifelike multi-screen displays. Equally, 4K+ resolution produces film-like imagery, silk-smooth video and text rendered in the finest detail.
Alongside the jaw-dropping image reproduction (also made possible by 20,000:1 dynamic contrast), the PT-RQ32K has versatility, reliability and flexibility to match.
Discover more about this jaw-dropping projector >>





















New LB and LW Series portable projectors deliver quality anywhere

Extending maintenance-free lamp and filter replacement cycles to class-leading levels of up to 10,000 hours, the Panasonic LB and LW Series portable projectors are built to perform alongside business and education professionals wherever they’re needed.
With low total cost of ownership a key benefit, these sub-3kg ranges feature a highest-ever 16,000:1 contrast ratio and include:
PT-LB423 – XGA, 4,100 lm
PT-LB383 – XGA, 3,800 lm
PT-LB353 – XGA, 3,300 lm
PT-LW373 – WXGA, 3,600 lm
PT-LW333 – WXGA, 3,100 lm
PT-LB303 – XGA, 3,100 lm
Among many class-leading capabilities, Daylight View Lite optimises colour and brightness, low operating noise means distraction-free viewing and an optional module makes the projectors wireless-ready for the ultimate in on-the-go, easy to install projection.
You’ll find more details about these user-friendly ranges here>>




















Short-throw makes a big impact with TW and TX series projectors

Big pictures have arrived in small spaces with the Panasonic TW and TX short-throw projector series. Including four models, ranging from 3,200 lm – 3,800 lm, these lightweight projectors illuminate screens with 80” images from as little as 75cm away.
High brightness and image optimisation technology assure deep colour saturation and easy-to-read text in well-lit offices and classrooms, and, in the case of the PT-TW351R, users can write or draw directly onto projected media using an interactive pen and connected Windows PC. 
Alongside their short-throw capabilities, compact design means the projectors fit seamlessly into every professional environment, while 10,000-hour operation in ECO2 Mode keep ownership costs to an absolute minimum. 
Learn more about these new projectors here >>











London Church House has chosen Panasonic 4K laser projection

Not only is London’s Church House the headquarters of the Church of England, it’s also one of the city’s busiest venues, playing host to over 800 events a year, ranging from London Fashion Week to corporate meetings and church gatherings.
To meet the wide-ranging demands of these high-profile bookings, the building needs to be kitted-out with the very latest AV equipment. And that’s where Panasonic came in.
The building's centrepiece is the Assembly Hall, a cavernous 600-capacity space with a 30-foot glass dome. "We're constantly moving and adjusting things to accommodate the needs of different events, so we needed a projection solution that would fit in with this type of working," said AV Manager Ian Locke.
The venue chose two PT-RQ13 4K laser projectors, which use edge blending to project onto a slightly curved screen, maximising the amount of space available on stage for events. 
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Laser technology points the way to the future in Dublin City University

Dublin City University (DCU) and Panasonic are about to embark on an ambitious partnership, forming part of a €200 million investment in a new campus for the city.
And at the heart of this new initiative is laser projection technology.
By the end of December 2017, it's expected that over 150 laser projectors will have been installed at DCU. The Panasonic PT-RW330 LED/laser projector was chosen for seminar rooms, whilst the full laser PT-RW630 was chosen for the larger lecture theatres.
"The laser technology offered by Panasonic was attractive because of the quality it offers, the extremely long life and the low maintenance costs. From the University's perspective it represents a substantial reduction in the total cost of ownership,” explains Declan Rafferty, Chief Operations Officer at DCU.
Read the story in full here and watch the movie here >>














Projection taken to new heights in the Alps

The World Nature Forum (WNF) in Naters is the focal point of the UNESCO World Heritage Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch. Visitors to this unique centre are immersed in a multi-sensory, interactive experience of the Alpine landscape, thanks to Panasonic projectors and displays.
The centre is home to a spectacular exhibition of films, ‘experience stations’, infographics and artefacts, with the highlight being a huge panoramic room playing never-before-seen film of the UNESCO site on a 100m² screen.
Three Panasonic PT-RZ12K 3-chip DLP™ laser projectors were installed for the panoramic cinema, providing impressive performance with bright, rich and long-lasting projections without the need for any maintenance. 
Supporting this, 1-chip DLP™ PT-RZ570 laser projectors were used to create simulations of the Alpine permafrost and in the centre’s auditorium, delivering stand-out performance thanks to quiet operation, impressive brightness and excellent image quality. Various different Panasonic Full-HD displays were also used for the applications from the EF1 and the LF8 ranges. 
Rolf Balmer, Managing Director of integrator BlueMax, said, "Thanks to the wonderful support and our truly positive experience with the products and contacts at Panasonic, we plan to continue working together in the future."
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