While Panasonic (News - Alert) is known for offering its advanced SIP phone solutions to the educational sector for enhanced communications, the company recently scored some attention when Florida State University invested in its BT (News - Alert)-LH2550 LCD video monitor.
Seminole Productions, the video production unit of Florida State University’s Department of Communications, recently invested in Panasonic’s BT-LH2550 LCD video monitor. In acquiring the company’s LCD monitor, the university will further strengthen the LCD production monitors and professional plasma displays within its master control facility.
Panasonic LCD units will be applied as electronic viewfinders on the university’s camcorders during live acquisition. These units will ultimately provide the university with true 16:9 widescreen high-definition displays. They have plenty of live camera inputs and CG channels, and can display all high-definition television line and frame rates.
Panasonic LCD units are small, battery-powered monitors that are used as utility monitors when doing live events. Additionally, there’s a pixel-to-pixel mode that allows the university to view video in its native resolution, as well as the monitors’ embedded audio tools, which let them display audio information supered over the image for increased efficiency when screening video footage.
The university further explained how it boasts three 25-inch units in the middle of the control room, along with 42-inch plasma displays mounted above and below. Upon deciding to install these 65-inch plasmas vertically (portrait style) at either end of the room, they will be fed by multiviewers to provide split-screen views.
The use of Panasonic’s gear by Seminole Productions goes well beyond picture monitors. The university has further chosen to deploy Panasonic P2 HD camcorders to capture live sports shoots and football analysis, and is also using the company’s professional 3D camcorders to create football highlight reels as well as put to use for more efficient classroom instruction.
Seminole Productions provides script writing, creative development, videography, 3D production, graphics and post production editing services for departments on the FSU campus and government-related entities.
In the past, Panasonic has helped Bookshelf Central, a family-run Internet retailer of books primarily used by homeschoolers, by providing its SIP Cordless phone System combined with Vocalocity (News - Alert) service. This unique solution provided the company with the total freedom and flexibility needed to be better attentive to its customers’ needs in the most efficient way possible.
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Edited by Allison Boccamazzo