Panasonic opens London Visual Experience Centre
The centre offers complete product solutions for corporate presentation, education, digital signage, rental & staging, as well as broadcast applications
Panasonic Systems Communications Company Europe, today announced the opening of its new and improved London Visual Experience Centre (LVEC) at the renowned Pinewood Studios. Built alongside the existing Broadcast Centre, the purpose-built facility will incorporate Panasonic's latest projector, display and interactive whiteboard solutions and applications.
Located in the heart of the famous Pinewood Studios, Buckinghamshire, the centre has been created as a hands-on demo suite for seeing the latest technology in action. It provides Panasonic's customers and partners a unique opportunity to experience the products and applications designed for digital signage, education, home cinema and corporate environments, first hand.
Originally showcased at InfoComm 2012 in Las Vegas, Panasonic will be showcasing its expanded Visual line up including its first LED & laser based, Lamp-Free projectors with 20.000 hours maintenance free. Products will come in FHD and WXGA with two ranges: Education with PT-RZ370 and PT-RW330 (featuring digital link connectivity, 2 times optical zoom and wide lenses shift) and Public Display-Signage with PT-RZ470 and PT-RW430 which additionally include professional Panasonic features like edge blending and color matching together with 3D capability. Along with it an expansion of Professional Displays is presented, including a new Interactive line up with 65-inch (TH-65PB1) 85-inch plasma displays, its new Signage Large Display Edge LED Technology LCDs in 70-inch (TH-70LF50) and 80-inch (TH-80LF50), market thinnest and lightest with 89 mm frame and 50 kg and 700cd/m2 brightness, 24/7 operation, and Panasonic's first frameless display for Videowall, TH-55LFV50, 55-inch with high brightness (800 cd/m2), super narrow bezel (5,3 mm bezel-to-bezel) and energy saving with less than 320W.
"ISE 2012 marked the starting point of our new organization and integration of Sanyo technologies and engineering resources. We're excited about the expansion of the London Visual Experience Centre as it's a testament to our new vision as a company and commitment to our customers," said Yoshinori Kagotani, Marketing Manager of Visual Business. "We're looking to provide a one-stop solution for our customers and seeing all of the products in action will help them understand the benefits they can bring to their business whether they are in Corporate Presentation, Education, Signage or rental & staging."