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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
Sector: Manufacturing, Other Manufacturing
Teseo, a leading company in the leather-products sector, used Panasonic PT-VX610 video projectors to reproduce patterns directly on to the leather prior to cutting for faster, more accurate work.
Product Category: Projectors
Sector: Europe, Media Entertainment & Events
Festival of Lights in Lyon attracts millions of spectators every year. With the help of Panasonic projectors, Urbanscreen staged an impressive light show at the Musée des Confluences during the event in December 2016.
Product Category: Projectors
Sector: Europe, Public Sector & Institutions, , Transport & Logistics, Transport - Rail
ADi Audiovisual implements Panasonic 10,000-lumens laser projector paired with a dnp Supernova Infinity Screen for the display of 'Art on The Underground' at King’s Cross Station.
Product Category: Projectors
Sector: Media Entertainment & Events
Hungarian visual technology service provider Visualpower together with projection mapping experts Maxin10sity and Bordos.ArtWorks use 50 high brightness Panasonic projectors to create a spectacular 3D projection mapping on Buda Castle during the opening of the FINA swimming world championships.
Product Category: Professional displays
Sector: Education, University & College
Pure AV utilises Panasonic LCD displays to turn a traditional 48 seat IT lab at School of Pharmacy at Keele University into a modern 60 seat collaborative learning space.