Panasonic’s newly launched 20,000-lumen PT-RZ21K laser projector is helping to light up the inaugural World Masters of Projection Mapping championship during ISE 2018
ISE has joined forces with Amsterdam Light Festival and RAI Amsterdam to stage the competition, which has seen video artwork projected onto the imposing façade of the EYE Filmmuseum, since mid-January.
A combination of the PT-RZ21K and 30,000-lumen PT-RZ31K have been used for the competition, the winner for which will be announced here at ISE on Friday.
Both are specifically designed for live entertainment and staging applications and offer 20,000 hours of maintenance free operation. Featuring a dual-laser 3-chip DLP light source, the projectors have built-in redundancy, providing uninterrupted projection to ensure the show goes on should a laser diode fail – making them highly suited to high-profile events.
Jan Markus Jahn, director of Panasonic Visual System Solutions, said: “We are incredibly excited to be a part of the inaugural World Masters of Projection Mapping, and to witness first-hand the creations these artists are projecting onto one of Amsterdam’s most iconic buildings, using our industry-leading technology.”