Mirror Head reflects new projection possibilities


Panasonic has expanded its accessories range with the launch of a digitally operated
 MirrorHead solution, capable of creating dynamic, eye catching moving projections.

Designed for professional show integrators, the series is available in four models (ET-MH14, ET-MH15, ET-MH17 and ET-MH18) suitable for Panasonic projectors from 6,200 to 30,000 lumens, making it ideal for both rental and touring events.

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The extendable Mirror Head has a maximum pan rotation of 180 degrees and a tilt rotation of 90 degrees. It can be set to move either rapidly or slowly to project pictures, animations, videos and text on to any surface, whether it be moving or static.

“Static projection belongs in the past,” said European projector marketing manager Hartmut Kulessa. “The journey into a new visual experience begins here. The technology paves the way to unprecedented possibilities in lighting, projection and interior design.”

The MH14 series features a quick, secure snap-on mounting for stack frames but can also be used without frames. The Mirror Head, which is available from July 2017, also comes with a high resolution LED display for easy configuration.

To see the Mirror Head in action, please watch the following video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APpw6ZKIQ3I

For more information on Panasonic Visual System Solutions please visit: http://business.panasonic.co.uk/visual-system/             

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