Panasonic announces two new laser projectors

Panasonic announced two new 1-Chip 4K DL laser projectors, the PT-REQ15 projector offers 15,000lm brightness, while its counterpart the PT-REZ15 delivers 15,000lm with WUXGA resolution.

The REQ15 uses Quad Pixel Drive, Panasonic’s two-axis pixel-shifting technology, to reproduce 4K images. It enables the projection of 2K/240Hz content over multiple edge-blended screens with a latency of 6ms.

The technology can also sync with Panasonic’s ET-SWR10 Real-Time Tracking Projection-Mapping System to combine digital content and analogue motion within XR attractions or stage performances. The projector features rich colour enhancer, a technology that expands the red-channel output, and evolved dynamic contrast.

The black-level settings offer point-based border adjustment for unusual screen shapes. Black-level settings can be applied to the entire blend, including the image overlaps outside the image display area.

An Intel SDM-ready slot accepts third-party function boards that allows users to adapt, scale, and expand connectivity to suit the application’s interface or AVoIP standard. The new high-contrast lenses feature powered centre and periphery focus for adjustment via remote control. On-site workflow is streamlined with an NFC function that allows projectors to be prepped or initialised without power on via smartphone.

Both products feature an optical engine and laser light source module that comply with the IP5X Dust Protected (IEC 60529) standard, eliminating the need for an air filter. The multi-laser drive engine has a failover circuitry that limits brightness loss in the event of a single diode failure, while a backup input function switches to a backup signal without screen-blanking if the primary is interrupted.

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