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Witness the laser revolution and the way forward in open system for content management

We are going bigger and better at ISE 2016 with our biggest ever booth and more visual applications on show than ever before.

The main highlight this year sees Panasonic demonstrate its leading position in laser projection and preview a complete range of lamp-free technology from 5000 to 28 000 lumens, designed for the most unforgettable events.

For professional displays, Panasonic is using ISE to introduce its new System on Chip solution, the Openport PLATFORM. Based on standard Android architecture, it enables any third party software, especially Content Management Systems to be installed without any specific development.

Panasonic is also exhibiting its end-to-end line up of displays and projectors along with professional video cameras and AV software products. These industry leading products are all combined, bringing to life real-world applications such as rental and staging events, 3D video mapping, public displays, and corporate and education settings.

Use the map below to find out more about all the products presented at ISE 2016.



  • "RobEx - Robotic experience": cutting-edge robots generating physical motion of large 4K screens
  • 4K live video production
  • 4 x 4K+ laser projection and simple automatic adjustment of multi-projector installations


  • Multi Monitoring and Control software: easily monitor and control multiple visual devices
  • Glossy video wall for high-end fashion environments
  • Space Player: lighting projection with micro video mapping
  • Rear laser projection onto shop front window
  • 1.8mm bezel video wall


  • Complete and secure solution for conferencing and collaboration
  • Secure streaming over your network
  • Entry laser projection
  • Complete solution for auto-tracking camera and online publishing


  • Reduce your cost of ownership with 30 000 lumen-class laser projection
  • Light ID technology: lightsource-based communication
  • OpenPort PLATFORMTM display: Android-based integrated chip
  • 10 000 lumen laser rotating projection