Panasonic Business, a leading audiovisual technology provider, will host an online event to showcase its new PT-RQ35K Series.
Panasonic Business is proud to present the PT-RQ35K Series, the world’s smallest 30000-lumen projector for spectacular images and visual experiences. It will be showcasing the new projector to customers and channel partners at a virtual event called Projecting a Brighter Future. This will take place on Tuesday 27 October at 13.00 GMT.
The PT-RQ35K Series boasts spectacular 4K picture quality as well as an expanded colour gamut. It also has a compact body and simplified workflow, making it a good choice for location-based entertainment venues such as museums, theme parks, conferences and exhibitions. It is also well-suited for live events and projection mapping.
Projecting a Brighter Future
The online event will last for two hours and is designed to provide more information about the new range for projector operators, as well as system integrators, dealers, rental and staging companies and event planners.
Following an introduction, which will include an overview of the PT-RQ35K Series and what it can achieve, attendees will have the option of joining one of two breakout sessions. One will look at picture quality, features and functionality and the benefits of fixed installations. The other will explore life hacks for set-up and configuration, service and maintenance and benefits for rental applications.
To book a place on this virtual event, click here.
Last month, Panasonic presented its new range of 1-Chip DLP projectors, delivering quality colour performance for museums and exhibition spaces. The PT-RZ990 Series of projectors is an ideal choice for museum and exhibition spaces, providing brightness, high resolution and flexibility. It includes four different projectors (PT-RZ690/PT-RZ790/PT-RZ890/PT-RZ990), delivering up to 10,000lm (centre) and WUXGA resolution.
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, Panasonic provided its PTZ camera system to Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, allowing it to live stream Sunday Mass to over 5000 people.