World Masters of Projection Mapping
Panasonic projectors set to light up the World Masters of Projection Mapping at ISE’18
The newly launched Panasonic PT-RZ21K laser projector is to play a leading role in the inaugural World Masters of Projection Mapping competition that will help bring ISE 2018 to a spectacular conclusion.
From 14th January to 9th February 2018, five artists will demonstrate their response to the theme, Bridging The Gap and will use two 40x15 metre water screens as well as the imposing façade of the EYE Filmmuseum.
They will showcase their very best projection mapping creative work with the help of the 20,000 lumen PT-RZ21K and 30,000 lumen PT-RZ31K. Both projectors are specifically designed for live entertainment and staging applications. Featuring a 3-Chip DLP™ laser light source, they have built-in redundancy for uninterrupted projection. Whatever magic the finalists create for their shows, their Panasonic projectors won’t let them down.
“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 going to project onto one of Amsterdam’s most iconic buildings, using our industry leading technology,” said Jan Markus Jahn, Director of Panasonic Visual System Solutions.
A final showcase will be held on 8th February 2018 when the judges will decide on the overall winner, set to be announced on 9th February, the final day of ISE ‘18.
Note: all images are Copyright of Bas Uterwijk, and artistry credits to Geert Mul