Panasonic is to deliver the largest supply of its audio-visual equipment for any Olympic Games in the company's history for the upcoming London 2012 Olympics.

The company is equipping the Olympic Park in East London with a full complement of its high-end audio-visual equipment, including projectors, projector screens and high definition LED large screen display systems.

The technology will aid with the first ever screening of the Olympic Games in 3D, allowing views at home to watch the events almost as if they are actually there.

The opening ceremony at the Olympic Park, Panasonic’s landmark PT-DZ21K and PT-DS20K projectors – the world’s smallest and lightest 20,000 lumens projectors – with bear the task of ensuring the high profile event is visually stunning.

Panasonic first became a top supplier to the Olympics at the Barcelona 1992 games, and, since then, has provided broadcasting and audio-visual equipment to ten Olympic Games.

A spokesman for the company said, “Panasonic will deliver the thrills brought about by world's top athletes along with their passion, tension and dynamic performance.

“The company is aiming to provide an exciting experience not only for spectators at each event site, but also for the viewers at each home across the globe through its wonderful broadcasting technology.”