In recent years the demand for laser projection has increased dramatically across the industry. Now, no brand is more in demand than laser projection market share leader, Panasonic.
The summer is in full swing. Beaches are packed, ice cream vans have been stripped of stock and everyone’s looking to make the most of the great outdoors.
But what if you’re attending or organising a get together and you need everyone gathered around a video or a set of images? Wedding venues, local bands and even pub gardens all face this dilemma in the summer months with guests desperate to make the most of any outdoor space available, but reluctant to miss out on viewing a photo reel, watching a film or catching the latest sports game.
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Projector firm Panasonic is to launch a new projector perfect for live events and give a laser
Panasonic has updated Space Player, its hybrid lighting projector, with improved brightness and a new content management system.
The new laser projector comes equipped with 2,000 lumens of brightness and a 20,000 hour laser light source.
The Space Player PT-JX200 is designed to integrate into existing lighting infrastructure and is used in retail, museums and restaurants.
Examples of its use include creating appealing exhibits in museums by using moving pictures instead of static graphics and projecting menus on to the walls of tables of restaurants.
The device’s n
Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo lit up by Panasonic projectors
The recent Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo was helped in its beautiful setting at Edinburgh Castle by a new video projection system. This allowed the Tattoo to gain a new vibrancy and made the images and visual displays even brighter and more visible.
The new projectors, 12 Panasonic PT-DW17K2 projectors, were purchased for the Tattoo and this week’s event was the first time they were used. One of the leading reasons for making the switch to these new projectors w