The manufacturer’s Circle of Light projection involved over 100 Panasonic PT-DZ21K2 ultra-bright 20,000-lumen compact projectors in unison to create an incredible image that was 19,099 metres square. The Circle of Light festival took place in Moscow, and the Panasonic projection feat used the Ministry of Defence buildings on the city’s Fruzenskaya Embankment.
Now Panasonic is going to recreate the massive projection at the Prolight + Sound 2016 exhibition in Germany. Hartmut Kulessa, Panasonic’s European Projector Marketing Manager, said: “The screening at the Circle of Light festival is a great example of the type of spectacular shows 3D mapping can help create. We look forward to replicating this at Prolight +Sound.”
The electronics manufacturer will also be showing off the recently launched PT-RZ970 series of laser projectors. The three-model series, which is available in WUXGA, WXGA and XGA resolutions, improves on the features and technology of Panasonic’s PT-RZ670 series, with approximately 1.5 times more brightness and superior picture quality.
The Prolight + Sound 2016 exhibition will take place at Messe Frankfurt in Frankfurt am Main from 5 April to 8 April 2016. Panasonic will be at Booth A72 in Hall 4.
For more information about the Prolight + Sound 2016 exhibition, visit the official site. And for more information about Panasonic’s range of laser and lamp-based projectors, see the ProjectorPoint Panasonic page.