Nov 29, 2017

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The Museum of Immigration Uses Panasonic Projectors to Tell the Trajectory of Immigrants Who Have Built Their Lives in Brazil

Sao Paulo, Brazil - Museu da Imigração do Estado de São Paulo (Immigration Museum of the State of Sao Paulo) is currently located in the former immigrants' inn building of Bras and is a responsible entity for keeping alive the trajectory of the immigrants who helped build the history of Brazil.

In 2014, the museum started a pioneering project with the objective to trace the steps of immigration in the State of Sao Paulo in a attractive and interactive way, and for that, they decided to use Panasonic projectors.

According to Murilo Celebrone, from "Preto e Branco" studio who gave the technical consultation, "We chose the laser technology from Panasonic due to its durability and we were one of the first Brazilian museum to use the laser technology".

Said Sergio Constantino, Panasonic Sales Manager, "In the case of the laser LED projector, its main characteristic is that you can maintain the colorimetry between projectors. And, our projectors do not use a lamp, so it has a service lifetime of 20,000 hours, which help eliminates the problem of maintenance".

Mariana Esteves Martins, technical coordinator of the Museum, mentioned that "After 3 years of exposure, we can say that Panasonic has been a partner with whom we can count on".

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