Panasonic System Solutions Company of North America announced today its preview of the world’s smallest 50,000 lumens 3-Chip DLP® SOLID SHINE projector with True 4K+ resolution, the PT-RQ50K, at InfoComm. Displayed and demonstrated in Booth #1300, the PT-RQ50K is designed to create engaging and immersive experiences across live events and themed entertainment.
“Creating memorable experiences was a key focus area for us when designing the PT-RQ50K projector. It needed to deliver outstanding brightness and image quality to allow customers in the entertainment space to push the limits of experience-oriented projection,” said John Baisley, Senior Vice President of Professional Imaging & Visual Systems, Panasonic Systems Solutions Company of North America. “We’ve set a new benchmark in projection technology with the introduction of the PT-RQ50K projector and we’re excited to premiere it at InfoComm.”
Combining native 4K resolution at 50,000 lumens of brightness with separate red and blue SOLID SHINE laser-phosphor technology, the PT-RQ50K projector delivers vibrant, pure and powerful color reproduction, providing eye-catching visuals for a truly immersive audience experience. Its compact all-in-one body brings significant workflow advantages with simplified transport and installation, which is especially important when working under time constraints. A single PT-RQ50K offers incomparable potential as multiple lower brightness projectors, eliminating the need to stack projectors.
Reliability is further enhanced with dual solid-state drives, backup video inputs, while the projector’s hermetically sealed optics and filter-less design contribute to up to 20,000 hours of maintenance-free projection, even in severe and challenging situations.
As the Official Projection Technology of the Walt Disney World® Resort and Disneyland® Resort, Panasonic will be showcasing featured clips of select Disney attractions and experiences, including Frozen Ever After and Na’vi River Journey, which use the PT-RQ50K 4K+ projector, and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, which uses the EQ1 4K professional display, during InfoComm 2019.
The PT-RQ50K 3-Chip DLP® SOLID SHINE 4K+ Laser Projector is set for release in December 2019. For more information and to see the RQ50K in action, visit Panasonic at Booth #1300 from June 12-14, or learn more about Panasonic Professional Imaging & Visual Systems, please visit:
 For laser-phosphor projectors in the single-body 50,000 lumens class or higher, as of February 2019
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