The dream of bringing art to the masses is now a reality. Works from our finest artists and painters can now be taken out from the galleries, transported to any location and recreated as incredible immersive spectacles.
As the desire for experiences grows, audiences can now walk among the works of the great Impressionists or see the close-up brushstrokes of Van Gogh in giant scale – all in the convenience of their home town.
Four reasons why Panasonic is your premier technology partner
Designed to meet all needs
Whether you need to bring art to life in a fixed installation or as part of a European tour, Panasonic has the right projector technology (3-Chip DLP/1-Chip DLP/3-LCD, with brightness up to 50,000 lumens, to match your creative vision, budget and installation time.
Best in class colour reproduction
Whether it's creating the largest immersive images or highlighting the smallest details, Panasonic’s focus on the most intense and realistic colours across its range of projector technologies, ensures audiences see exhibits as they were meant to be seen – without ever compromising on the reliability of the devices. Our 4K solutions show the finest levels of detail, without any visible pixels, for the most realistic and natural expressions.
Lenses for every situation
To ensure your artwork is always seen at its best. Panasonic has an incredibly wide range of specialist lenses, such as short throw, to enable the best possible viewing experience in any size or shape of room, with low ceilings or high. Using these types of lens, visitors are able to get right up close to the content without ever casting a shadow – ensuring the technology never distracts from the immersive experience.
The show must go on, so downtime isn’t an option. All Panasonic projectors come with a standard 3-year warranty or a guarantee of 20,000 hours of non-maintenance operation in normal mode – whichever comes first and customisable warranty plans for every situation. This means you can concentrate on delivering a great experience to your customers without having to worry about the technology.
Panasonic in Action: Success Stories
Using projection mapping technology to bring art to life
When Lighthouse Immersive undertook the task of reimagining an immersive exhibit highlighting the works of post-impressionist Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh, their first job became finding the perfect space. Once the group made arrangements to house the exhibit in the Toronto Star building, a historic location with deep ties to the greater Toronto community, the team would begin to make plans for the next stage of the project: Designing a setup consisting of a series of projectors that would work in tandem to transform the floors and walls of the industrial space. The finished exhibit would immerse visitors into the works of Van Gogh from every angle.
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