"I had seen Panasonic's projectors in use at the Sochi 2014, so I had no worries about their performance. I felt that the laser projectors supplied this time offered excellent color reproduction and even better picture quality than conventional lamp-based models. They were much easier to control than the lamp-based projectors, too, and the brightness never changes even when used over long periods."
In the past, the lamp-based 20,000-lumen class had been the main staple of Panasonic's lineup, and this necessitated the preparation of many different units and replacement lamps. But the laser projectors used at PyeongChang required no replacement lamps and could project bright images even with a smaller number of units. These projectors are compact in size and easier to install, greatly reducing both time and cost in things like installation and maintenance.