Imagine a horse the size of three basketball courts. That’s what spectators at the Kentucky Derby see on the 15,224-square-foot Big Board at Churchill Downs, among the world’s largest 4K screens. It’s just one of the many high-resolution LED displays that Panasonic has conceived, designed and installed in stadiums, arenas, entertainment complexes and city centers across the U.S.
We also give Atlanta Braves fans an immersive game day experience from any seat in the house. At newly opened Sun Trust Park, a massive video board is the centerpiece of center field, and just one of the many dynamic displays—along with scoreboards, ribbon boards and a plethora of other digital signage—pleasing crowds in and around the park with 19,000 square feet of high definition viewing.
The giant, curved NASDAQ video board that sits above Times Square is another feat of digital signage innovation, as is the 12mm display that towers over Toronto’s bustling Dundas Square, seen by over 100,000 pedestrians a day.
Our advanced image processing and lens technology enables cutting-edge artists to transform any surface into a magical canvas, like our Kabuki-themed production in Las Vegas. There, onlookers were dazzled by animations projected against towering walls of water at the Bellagio fountains. We are also turning entire sections of stadiums into large-scale displays, transporting fans through mind-blowing 3D experiences.
The Panasonic brand is synonymous with cutting-edge video technology. Partners trust us for the superior quality of our LED video boards, our commitment to service and our ability to provide an ultra-dynamic viewing experience that increases audience size, interaction and revenue.