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Case Studies

Panasonic Visual Solutions have proven their worth for customers right across Europe. Panasonic has given event producers the freedom to create spectacular live shows and 3D mapping events. For Museums, Theatres and Exhibition Centres our stunning, interactive visual technologies provide the freedom to engage minds of all ages. Our low cost of ownership projectors and professional displays are the silent workhorses in the background giving organisations in Education and the Corporate sector the freedom to collaborate. Take a look through our library of downloadable case studies, to discover exactly how our technology is setting the working world free to succeed.

Product Category: Projectors
Panasonic projectors cover the façade of Casa Batlló with life, with the projection of the mapping "Living Architecture" by the digital artist Refik Anadol, an initiative in collaboration with the Associació Aprenem Autisme and the Adana Foundation
Product Category: Projectors
Sector: Europe, Leisure, Museums, Services, Exhibition
Panasonic projectors bring to life the surrealism of the painter Iván Tovar in an exhibition through an immersive experience.
Product Category: Projectors
Sector: Europe, Leisure, Museums
Casa Batlló, one of the best-known architectural works of the modernist architect Antoni Gaudí, which is located in the Paseo de Gracia in Barcelona
Product Category: Projectors
Sector: Europe, Leisure, Museums
The Temple of Brunello is an immersive and emotional journey that leads the visitor to discover the territory where one of the most famous wines in the world is produced. In the Calix room of the Temple, the exposed stones of the walls become the 'screen' for a videomapping projection obtained with six Panasonic PT-RZ690 equipped with ultra short throw ET-DLE035 optics.
Product Category: Projectors
Sector: Europe, Healthcare, Hospitals
High performing and reliable Panasonic LCD & DLP projectors are at the heart of this innovative solution creating a positive environment for patients and increasing throughput.

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