With a wide range of unrivaled technologies, the Japanese brand showcases expertise in bringing images to life
Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Panasonic Marketing Middle East & Africa (PMMAF) is showcasing its latest visual solutions at GITEX Technology Week 2017. The key highlight of the visual solution category is a wide range of projectors designed for marathon performances, Space Player, LinkRay Light ID technology, Interactive Screen, 360◦ Camera and the new compact cinema camera EVA1.
Mr. Yasuo Yamasaki, Director, System Solutions and Communications Division, PMMAF says “Panasonic, as the global leader in Imaging business, offers solutions for its discerning customers that will support industries such as Retail, Hospitality, Leisure & Entertainment to discover new frontiers of technology that will truly be an enthralling turning point for businesses.”
He added, “The advanced features that all our visual solutions line-up possess are in-line with Panasonic’s commitment towards quality and innovation, and we remain committed to enhancing our product offerings, to further build on our market leadership in the entire MEA region.”
Panasonic’s projectors can shine out at any size events with features fit for stage events, hall, signage, and surveillance applications. The PT-RZ31K 3-Chip DLP™ SOLID SHINE Laser power assures elite performance and guarantees ultimate reliability. The projector comes with an easy to handle body and has a dynamic contrast laser light source modulation. It also has free 360-degree installation which is very versatile.
Panasonic’s PT-MZ670 Projector is the perfect flexible and ideal option for indoor projections, and corporate usage. Both projectors are durable with low maintenance requirement and are engineered for a marathon performance of more than 20,000 hours. Equipped with advanced collaboration technologies, low noise operation and lightweight body, the PT-MZ670 projector not only delivers high quality images, but is also lightweight and compact with easy installation.
Space player PT-JX200
The new 2,000 lumens 1-Chip DLP™ Space Player PT-JX200 laser projector is also on display at the Panasonic stand. This revolutionary DLP projector combines the functions of traditional lighting and video projection. It has hybrid colour wheel technology that creates four virtual colour segments for outstanding colour reproduction with minimal loss in brightness. Easy installation, adjustable projection angle and exceptionally long life features makes the Space Player a great solution.
LinkRay (Light ID Solution)
Welcoming a new age of interactive signage communication, the LinkRay is a unique information distribution technology that employs visible light to beam information to users. LinkRay delivers mobile content by enabling ordinary smartphones to read IDs sent from LED transmitters, such as displays, signboards and spotlights, and to connect to associated mobile content. The LinkRay can support inbound travelers in any language or increase buyer motivation with augmented signage. Interactive content that enhances exhibits at cultural facilities, such as museums, art galleries, and tourist centers, as well as material supporting retail items, can be provided instantly through the light beam technology.
Interactive Solution - TH-75BQE1
The robust touchscreen, designed for interactive display is a lithe and consistent solution for education spaces and meeting rooms. The Multi-touchscreen increases usability and participant involvement. The cost-effective solution is also available with a wide array of functions from Panasonic’s whiteboard software that includes a whiteboard mode, PowerPoint® presentation mode, as well as video and screen capture functions.
360-degree camera (AW-360C10)
Panasonic’s 360-degree Live Camera System AW-360C10 is capable of producing 360-degree video in uncompressed 4K. The system generates 2:1 equi-rectangular format 360-degree video by stitching the output of four cameras, giving the spectator the sense of immersion in variation of scenes, such as live broadcasts of sports, concerts and other stadium events. With a high level of operation, natural images are matched and stitched with the environment in real-time by automatically controlling the exposure and white balance of the four cameras without a computer. The ‘Real-time active stitching function’ continuously changes the position by automatically detecting a subject at the seam.
EVA1 – Compact Cinema Camera
Panasonic is now aiming squarely at regaining ground in the cinema marketplace with the new EVA1, a compact cinema camera featuring a newly-designed Super35 sized sensor with 5.7K resolution. With amazing low-light performance, the EVA1 is built around a dual native ISO with an edge of dynamic luminance range that a digital camera can capture. Compact and lightweight, the AU-EVA1 is tailor-made for handheld shooting, but also well suited for documentaries, events, commercials, and music videos.
Panasonic is present in Hall 3 booth B3-1 at the GITEX Technology Week 2017 happening in Dubai from 8 to 12 October, 2017.