Immersive Experiences Made Easier With New RQ7 Series 1-Chip DLP Projector
A streamlined 4K DLP® projection solution for engaging immersive experiences
Panasonic Connect today unveiled the RQ7 Series 1-Chip DLP® projector at ISE 2024, making immersive 4K visual experiences accessible to many more through its expanded 4K lineup. The RQ7 Series (7,500lm) offers greater flexibility and a broader selection of projection-mapping solutions for galleries, museums, and Location-Based Entertainment (LBE) attractions, and also comes Intel® SDM-enabled for easy integration into existing infrastructure and AVoIP.
Making immersive 4K visuals a reality
The new RQ7/RQ6 projector range delivers 4K images that smoothly express nuanced details such as brushstrokes using its 0.65-inch (16:9) DLP® chip and Panasonic’s Quad Pixel Drive technology. It can project 240Hz/1080p content with minimal motion blur and latency of 8ms or less and works with the company’s optional ET-SWR10 Real-time Tracking Projection-Mapping System to fuse digital content and analogue motion within interactive attractions.
Visual impact is boosted using improved Dynamic Contrast. Rich Colour Enhancer offers vibrant red tones for artwork reproduction, with image quality further optimised by a new Museum Mode. For mapping, point-based black-level adjustment enables seamless blending on curved screens. Widescreen 21:9 conferencing software layouts and video content are also supported.
Compact design for an effortless workflow
For easy transport, storage, and installation, the RQ7 Series’ miniaturised design and downsized packaging reduces resources and carbon footprint. It integrates seamlessly into system infrastructure using the Intel® SDM-ready slot for optional proprietary or third-party function boards, including Panasonic’s upcoming ET-SBFMP10 media processor. The RQ7 Series complements users’ current DLE Series lenses for Panasonic 1-Chip DLP® projectors, minimising the initial investment and promoting sustainability. The strength of the lens mount has also been enhanced, eliminating the need for an optional lens bracket when using the DLE020 Ultra-Short Throw Zoom Lens and enabling lens shift without requiring the bracket.
Stable, reliable, & efficient projection
The RQ7 Series offers stable and eco-friendly operation. Its optical engine and laser light source module achieve high dust-protection performance, conforming to the IP5X Dust Protected (IEC 60529) standard, while the refined cooling system eliminates the need for a filter, reducing waste and supporting maintenance-free operation for up to 20,000 hours. Multi-Laser Drive Engine limits brightness loss in the unlikely event of diode failure, while the Backup Input can switch to a backup signal without screen-blanking. An ECO Mode reduces energy consumption and significantly extends operating life.
The PT-RQ7 Series will be launching later in 2024
Read more insights…
Three media processors that simplify workflows and enhance multi-projection experiences have been announced at ISE 2024.
The MZ882 Series sets a new benchmark for visual quality in education and workspaces while placing a strong emphasis on sustainability and cost performance.
Panasonic confirms its commitment to flexibility and choice through its range of Intel® SDM compatible Projectors and Flat Panel Displays.
AVoIP-ready or Intel® Smart Display Module (SDM) specification enabled products for Entertainment, Education and Business collaboration.
Sorry there was an error...
The files you selected could not be downloaded as they do not exist.
You selected items.
Continue to select additional items or download selected items together as a zip file.
You selected 1 item.
Continue to select additional items or download the selected item directly.