Panasonic showcases projectors with mapping show
Panasonic will present 3D video mapping, on a scale model of the Bucharest Palace of Parliament, at Prolight + Sound 2015 in Frankfurt, Germany.
The company will use its DZ21K Evo series and PT-DZ780 projectors to recreate a 3D video mapping projection that celebrated the 555th anniversary of Bucharest, on the façade of Ceausescu’s People’s Palace.
The DZ21K2 Evo has 20,000 lumens brightness and has a longer lamp life, lower operating noise and improved image clarity and connection (using Digital Link compatibility and two 3G-SDI inputs) than the original DZ21K.
Panasonic will demonstrate its PT-RQ13K 4K projector that has 10,000 lumens and quad pixel drive technology. The company’s 84-in 4K display, the LQ70, will also be featured on the stand.
The 1-chip DLP PT-DZ780, a 7,000 lumens dual-lamp projector will be showcased alongside LFV70 videowall displays, which features a bezel of 3.5mm.
Panasonic will exhibit at the Messe Frankfurt, Hall 9 booth A30, April 15-18.