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This video introduces Panasonic's comprehensive solutions that satisfy the needs of cultural and educational facilities.
Russia, a country rich in history and culture, is abound with museums big and small, including the State Hermitage Museum, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Many of these museums are now undergoing a transformation; they are exploring new ways to exhibit cultural treasures as it is becoming increasingly difficult to attract visitors, especially youths by simply having these items on display. From dynamic, virtual experiences using large images projected by bright projectors to interactive installations, Panasonic's solutions answer their wide-ranging needs. In addition, this video report introduces the latest from Panasonic Russia's solutions business catered towards cultural, educational facilities such as security cameras that help ensure visitors' safety as well as LED clear light bulbs that save energy while preserving the traditional ambience.
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LED clear light bulbs at the State Hermitage Museum. [0 min 15 sec]
St. Petersburg is one of Russia's most renowned cities of art. It is a registered World Heritage site marked with historically important architecture. Alongside the Neva River, which flows through the city, you will find numerous museums. And probably the most famous of those is the State Hermitage Museum, one of the 4 major museums of the world. The former palace of the Romanov imperial dynasty, the home of the museum, still preserves much of the original elegant décor. The museum wanted to change the light bulbs in the grand Armorial Hall, known for its gold adornments, from incandescent light bulbs to LEDs without compromising the quality of light. You can see how beautifully Panasonic's LED light bulbs light up the hall.
State-of-the-art projectors adopted by the Water Museum and Ascreen [1 min 52 sec]
Another museum located in St. Petersburg, the "The Universe of Water." It was built in the old water tank of the water purification plant to communicate the importance of water. Here you will find 3 large screens and 32 smaller screens, all from Panasonic. To pique visitors' interest the museum has incorporate interactive, dynamic images. Mr. Viktor Kozlov states in his interview, "What museums like us need are tools that enable visitors to learn about our exhibits interactively."
Ascreen is in charge of making arrangements for the exhibits in The Universe of Water. For educational facilities, Ascreen proposes new ways to engage visitors by combining various products and technologies. It uses Panasonic's projectors quite often. The video report also features the Ascreen showroom and some of the multi-media technologies.
The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center incorporates images to create alluring, interactive exhibits [5 min 01 sec]
The capital of Russia, Moscow. The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center has won numerous awards by integrating creative imaging systems. Mr. Alexander Boroda, Member of the Public Chamber of Russia and President of the Federation of Jewish Communities, says that they "didn't want to build a traditional museum." In the interview he describes the museum's collaboration with Panasonic.
The security system at Tsarskoye Selo [6 min 34 sec]
For museums, managing assets and buildings and ensuring the safety of the visitors is very important. Panasonic's security system has been installed at the Tsarskoye Selo, a museum built in one of the old palaces in St. Petersburg. Mr. Mikhail Maksimov, Head of TSBS section of Tsarskoye Selo, says that they chose Panasonic's security system because it "was a comprehensive one, which included video cameras, servers, monitors, etc. Please take a closer look at the security solutions that help protect valuable cultural assets and safety of VIP guests and visitors.
Museums desire to enhance their value and attract more visitors creates new demands. Please take a look at the latest business solutions from Panasonic, as it responds to these needs with cutting-edge products and technologies.