Jan 23, 2020

Sports, Sponsorships, and Events / Feature Story

Sponsorship & Events

Regional Qualifications of SPORTS CHANGE MAKERS Held in Four Regions

Panasonic had regional qualifications of SPORTS CHANGE MAKERS program in Los Angeles, Paris, Beijing and Tokyo in Nov-Dec, 2019. Over 200 students had applied to this program, to think about issues and present technological ideas that break barriers in the sports scenes. They discussed possible barriers in sports scene and what solution that can break through these barriers, to present to the evaluators. Regional representatives will be announced around the end of Jan, and they will start to prototype the ideas with Panasonic team towards 2020.

In Los Angeles, Nov 22, 2019

In Paris, Nov 29, 2019

In Beijing, Dec 7, 2019

In Tokyo, Dec 14, 2019


"SPORTS CHANGE MAKERS", presented by Panasonic in cooperation with the International Olympic Committee (IOC)*1, International Paralympic Committee (IPC)*1 and The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. This program is a competition in which students from every part of Japan participate to create new ideas in sports using Panasonic audio and video technology. Ideas are solicited from students in four presenting region: Japan, China, Europe and the United States, which will be the next countries to host the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Works will be exhibited to the public in 2020.
*1: IOC and IPC have been cooperating to attend final event as evaluator.

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