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Panasonic Delivers Wide Range of Audio-Visual Solutions and Equipment for Staging the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games
Brazil - Panasonic Corporation, the Official Worldwide Olympic and Paralympic Partner in the Audio and Visual Equipment category for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, announced the full line-up of equipment and wide variety of solutions the company provided to support the staging of the Games.
One-hundred-and-ten compact DLP projectors (PT-DZ21K2) offering 20,000 lumen brightness were used to help open one of the world’s largest sporting spectacles, and the same state-of-the-art technology has helped conclude what has been one of the most exciting Games of recent times.
From beginning to end, Panasonic technology helped to bring the Olympic Games to life. More than 200 Panasonic broadcast cameras were on hand to capture the thrills and spills of competition, alongside 72 LED large screen displays at 35 Competition Venues providing 1,886 square metres of gigantic Games imagery.
Since the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games, Panasonic broadcasting equipment has been selected to serve as the official video recording systems at 12 consecutive Olympic Games. The company has signed a worldwide official partnership contract through to 2024, and has also signed a worldwide official partnership contract for the Paralympics through to 2020.
LED Large Screen Display System – 35 venues, 72 screens, 1,886m
Professional Audio Systems – 41 venues
TVs – Approximately 15,600 units
DLP Projectors for Ceremonies – Approximately 110 units, 20,000 lumens each
DLP Projectors - Approximately 210 units
Camera Recorder – Approximately 40 units
Multi format live switcher – Approximately 70 units
25th August 2016
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