DFC uses Panasonic projectors to enter Guinness World Records
Panasonic, Al-Futtaim Panatech partner with Dubai Festival City to create world’s largest aqua screen projection show
Panasonic Marketing Middle East & Africa (PMMAF) along with Al-Futtaim Panatech (a division of Al-Futtaim Group), has partnered with Dubai Festival City (DFC) for streaming multimedia shows at the world's largest aqua screen projection at the Festival Bay in Dubai Festival City.
The total surface consists of six aqua screens which are approximately 36m wide and 13m high, creating a the largest aqua projection screen and will showcase shows located within the Festival Bay bringing together light, water and fire to dramatic effect using over 70 nos. of top of the line Panasonic projectors.
The PT-DZ21K2E projector is a 20,000-lumens projector that has been designed to work in multiple broadcast environments alongside LED screen display systems, and professional sound systems, making it an ideal choice for large-scale events.
Daizo Ito, managing executive officer for Panasonic Corporation, regional head India, South Asia, Middle East and Africa (ISAMEA) said, "Middle East is a strategic location for staging world class events and spectaculars shows. The world's largest Aqua screen projection at IMAGINE, Dubai Festival City, exemplifies Panasonic's corporate strategy, in bringing customized B2B solutions coping with the highest technical challenges with precision and quality."
He added, "This is a very symbolic project to showcase the advanced technology which Panasonic provides in the market. We would like to deliver a never before seen experience for the audience with this remarkable show. We have worked closely with our local business partner Al-Futtaim Group (Al Futtaim Panatech: Division of Al Futtaim Group) in providing the best-in-industry projectors to Dubai Festival City and supporting them to make this project a success."
This projected image on the fountain was verified the Guinness World Records for the largest water screen projection on 26 December 2016.