According to the agreement, the Japanese company will install more than 100 compact high brightness projectors, specifically model PT-DZ21K2 of 20,000 lumens, among other audiovisual equipment, in the ceremonies of opening and closing of the next Olympic Games.
Panasonic It has closed, for the first time, an agreement with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to provide visual solutions for the ceremonies of the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
In concrete, it company Japanese will install more than one hundred of projectors Compact of high luminosity of the model of 3 chip DLP and four lamps PT-DZ21K2, that offers a brightness of 20,000 lumens (more details in) Digital AV Magazine), as well as several mixers 2 M/E of the AV-HS6000 series and other audiovisual equipment such as displays of large-format Led, professional sound, transmission equipment and security camera systems.
All these Panasonic equipment installed is turnkey during these events of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, including the design of the system of projectors, technical advice, as well as operational and maintenance of them.
Coinciding with the recently completed 2016 CES event, held in Las Vegas, CEO of Panasonic, Satoshi Takeyasu, expressed his satisfaction for "become an official partner for the first time and to support the Olympic Games ceremonies, initiating an agreement with vision for the future between Panasonic and the Olympic movement. There is no doubt that Rio 2016 will feature unique and spectacular features ceremonies, and that technology and Panasonic engineers will help deliver a great experience to viewers within the Maracanã Stadium and those who follow it on television from anywhere in the world".
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