Center Parcs creates conference venue with Panasonic projectors
Center Parcs has shown how high quality projectors can be used to transform a meeting space into a professional conference room.

Woburn Forest has become the first Center Parcs location to extend its reach into the business market thanks to the construction of a purpose built conference building, AV Interactive has reported.

The building, named The Venue, caters for corporate guests looking to complement a team building break with business events, conferences, meetings or product launches. The building comprises of eight individual and flexible event suites and a business centre, with each venue boasting a Panasonic projector.

MVS Audio Visual - projector specialists who were responsible for the design and installation of the audio and visual project - opted for the PT-RZ470 and PT-RZ670 1-chip DLPTM LED/laser projectors. They chose these models for their reliability, long lasting brightness and instant start up/switch off, which means the projectors are immediately available for guests during their time in The Venue.

Before installing the two PT-RZ470s and four PTRZ670s, Center Parcs had been limited to using portable projectors, which were set up if and when they were needed. Alternatively, companies could hire AV support separately, however this brought with it even more complications. But thanks to the new installations, the leisure park says that events can now run smoothly and cost effectively.

Alistair Maher, national project and service manager at MVS Audio Visual, said: "Center Parcs are extremely impressed with the end result and are now able to offer professional AV services in their corporate spaces without the need to bring in event/hire companies every time they have an event."

The PT-RZ470 projector is designed for 24/7 operation, making it perfect for a business environment where reliability is key. What's more, unlike traditional lamp source projectors, the PT-RZ470's easy installation allows landscape and portrait mounting as well as vertical, horizontal or tilting 360 degrees projection without causing any harm to the life of the light source.

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