Creative Possibilities With Panasonic Projector
Detailed 4K images from Quad Pixel Drive in an easy to handle 1-Chip DLP projector
Panasonic has announced availability of its new PT-FRQ60 1-Chip DLP Projector with 6,000lm brightness designed to deliver crisp detail, colour and smooth motion for a wide variety of sectors, including offices, STEM classrooms, digital museums, and eSports entertainment attractions.
Panasonic has added Quad Pixel Drive to its 1-Chip DLP Solid Shine Laser technology to produce smooth, sharp and detailed 4K images for deeper content engagement. 240Hz image processing increases the sense of realism with fine textures resolved in grid-less images. Rich Colour Enhancer delivers accurate colours, faithfully reproducing content as the creator intended. Fast-paced action is clearly rendered at frame rates up to 240Hz/1080p with below 8ms latency.
In addition, the PT-FRQ60 is compatible with Panasonic’s ET-SWR10 Real-Time Tracking Projection Mapping System, a ready-to-use Software Developers Kit that enables projection onto fast-moving objects at up to 240 frames per second, expanding creative possibilities at theme parks, interactive museum exhibitions and more.
For integration into 4K infrastructures, the PT-FRQ60 includes two CEC command compatible HDMI inputs enabling projector ON/OFF from the source device, while the single-cable DIGITAL LINK solution supports video and control-signal transmission over long distances. Flexible 2.0x optical zoom, V/H Lens-Shift, and Geometric Adjustment featuring Free Grid enable image position adjustment and remove distortion without a PC. The PT-FRQ60 also ships with pre-activated upgrade kits for Geometry Manager Pro to automate edge-blending via camera, expand the range of screen adjustment, and add sophisticated masking capabilities.
For low maintenance projection, Panasonic’s filterless heat-pipe cooling system helps to maintain high image quality and enables 20,000 hours of maintenance-free projection. Multi Monitoring & Control Software streamlines fleet management and control, while optional Early Warning software prevents unexpected downtime by sending an alert before problems occur.