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Panasonic FULL HD 3D Theatre - Experiencing the first 3D Olympic Gamesch.05

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Click on the image to watch the video. Length: 3 min 52 sec

London 2012 was the first Olympic Games in history that was broadcasted in 3D. Panasonic established a "FULL HD 3D Theatre" inside the Olympic Park in London during the Games, and showcased 3D footage of the Opening Ceremony, the competitions, and various other images of the Games on large screen plasma displays. The immersive, dynamic images of the Games swept the audience off their feet and transport them into the world that lay in front of their eyes. This video introduces the FULL HD 3D Theatre as well as how Panasonic has supported the Olympic Games for more than 25 years as a TOP sponsor. Please take a look at the support Panasonic offered at London 2012 with its cutting-edge AV technologies such as 3D equipment and LED Large Screen Displays.

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[Sweeping the audience off their feet with 3D images in the FULL HD 3D Theatre] 0 min 36 sec

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Each day, immersive 3D images of the Olympic Games were showcased on large 152-inch and 103-inch screens, and many Olympic fans enjoyed the dynamic footage of the competitions.

[Panasonic supports the Olympic Games with its cutting-edge AV equipment and technology] 1 min 57 sec

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Panasonic has been supporting the Olympic Games as a TOP sponsor with its cutting-edge AV equipment and technology for more than 25 years. How does Panasonic contribute to delivering the passion and excitement of the Olympic Games to people around the world? One of the staff at Panasonic working to support the Olympic Games told us more about Panasonic's involvement.