Panasonic will be showcasing the future of glass-to-glass solutions for the AV world at ISE 2020. Using its latest missing link IP/IT centric platform, the company will demonstrate how it can simplify and provide the complete chain of content production from capturing and mixing to distribution and display. The convergence of AV and IP technology will be on show at Panasonic’s eSports Arena, alongside a series of other show-stopping experiences. Panasonic will also be introducing a number of new technologies, including the new super compact and light 30,000 lumen laser projector.
The eSports Arena
With eSports the fastest growing sector in the AV industry, Panasonic will create its own eSports arena where attendees will be invited to compete in real-time. The arena combines Panasonic’s latest live entertainment and industry innovations, such as the IP/IT-centric platform, 8K ROI camera and the 4K switcher with powerful 4K laser projectors, such as the world’s lightest, most compact 50,000 lumen 4K laser projector, and large format displays. Visitors can also get a glimpse of the upcoming new super compact 30,000 lumen projector.
The Digital Museum
Using wall and floor projection, Panasonic will create a truly immersive and unforgettable experience in the form of an interactive real-time digital museum exhibition. The attraction will be created by combining Panasonic’s laser projectors with the world’s first zero offset Short Throw Lens with zoom and shift and 4K high-end displays.
Innovative Unified AV Solutions
Step into Panasonic’s Technology World to explore the full capabilities of its unified AV solutions. With a comprehensive range of projectors, lenses and professional displays, visitors will learn how Panasonic can help reduce total cost of ownership and encourage innovation to create captivating end-user experiences in any environment.
In its cutting-edge classroom, Panasonic will demonstrate how its latest visual and ProAV technologies can enhance learning and remote interactions, freeing educators to build student-centred, active learning environments. Here aspiring students are able to work in small groups using interactive displays and then share the results on larger projection screens.
In the interactive meeting rooms of the future, participants can take a seat for a hands-on experience of Panasonic’s wide range of collaboration solutions. These range from wireless presentation systems and exclusive all-in-one display solutions, to cost effective ways to create, record and share content.
“Visitors attending the Panasonic experiences will see the breathtaking capabilities of our integrated AV solutions in a variety of different business, learning and entertainment environments and be inspired to see the possibilities in their own lives,” said Hartmut Kulessa, European Marketing Manager at Panasonic Business.
Panasonic can be found at Booth1-H20, Hall 1, at the RAI in Amsterdam, from February 11th – 14th 2020.