Showcase in Sugarloaf

Panasonic has set up a pavilion to be used during the Olympic season. Located in Rio de Janeiro's Sugarloaf Mountain, a registered World Heritage site, the pavilion offered exhibits created with Panasonic's proprietary Space Player and transparent screens.
In addition, a 360° image will allow people to virtually explore the pavilion.

History Tunnel

– Walk through the history of the Olympic Games with Panasonic

A visual presentation of Panasonic's long and proud history of supporting the Olympic Games.

Space Player

Main Theater

– Watch the excitement of the Olympics Games

A wide variety of Olympic-related images presented in stunning 4K definition.

4K+ 3-Chip DLP™ Projector

Go for Goal

– Take the Paralympic challenge

Wheelchair basketball is a sport that mainly uses the upper body.Visitors are invited to shoot free throws to experience for themselves the tremendous strength and agility required.

Make your Dream Fita

– Create your own Brazilian good luck charm

A FITA is a good luck charm originated in Brazil. You can print out your own FITA containing your personal wish.The life-size figure of Neymar Jr. is also a must-see!

Snap a Unique Rio 2016 Memory

– Jump into Space Player with Vinicius

"Take a commemorative photo with Vinicius, the official mascot of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, who appears on screen.
* A child-size screen is also available."

Space Player

Amazing Athletes, Exceptional Records

– Discover what it takes to be a record breaker

Icons of various Olympic competitions are displayed on a transparent screen, along with images reflecting the record-breaking performances of select champions.

Transparent Screen

Explore the Rio 2016 Olympic Torch Relay

– Discover the excitement of the amazing Relay

"The magic of Light ID technology lets you discover the route taken by the Rio 2016 Olympic Torch Relay, and a host of interesting facts and information about the Relay.
* Panasonic is Official Technology Partner for the Rio 2016 Olympic Torch Relay."

360° MOVIE REPORT

*This is a 360-degree video (cannot be viewed in some environments).
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*The viewing angle can be changed by clicking on the arrows in the top left corner of the screen or by dragging the view.

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