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Panasonic to host a virtual event for the LBE industry

Online event will explore how the latest technology is helping to build memorable experiences

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Panasonic online event

Panasonic Business, a leading audiovisual technology provider, is hosting an online event for the themed entertainment sector on the 31st March, giving insights on how to build tomorrow’s attractions with today’s technology.

The online event, reCREATE, reLIVE, reLAUNCH, will feature industry experts, exclusive looks at the latest tech and updates on major new projects, as well as a look at the key trends to watch.

Attendees will have the opportunity to learn how cutting-edge technology is helping to build memorable experiences around the world, such as real-time tracking projection-mapping, ultra-high-resolution imagery, specialist 3D systems, pioneering lens technology and more.

Cutting-edge attractions technology on show

In today’s experience economy, creating immersive and engaging experiences that wow your audience and blow away the competition is more important than ever. The in-depth virtual event will explore the trends unfolding today as well as looking forward to future market trends, challenges and solutions.

The speakers will show how to create unforgettable experiences using the latest projection technology and demonstrate what can be achieved with state-of-the-art tech, from 3D, ultra-high res and high-brightness capabilities to real-time tracking projection-mapping.

There will be several leading thinkers on the agenda, including global experiential company Illuminarium Experiences; leading design and production company Jora Vision and Alterfacea leader in interactive technology. Attendees will also be able to ask the panel, which includes Panasonic tech experts, any questions they may have.

The event takes place on 31st March 2021 at 3.00 pm CET and registration is free. To find out more, or to book a place, please click here.

Last year, Panasonic presented its new PT-RQ35K projector series, the world’s smallest and lightest 30,500 lumen 3-Chip DLP projector. With its rich, immersive colour and ease of installation, this new range is a perfect choice for the location-based entertainment industry.

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