Torino 2006 were held from February 10 to 26, 2006, and drew the participation of 2,508 athletes from 80 countries and territories. As the 20th Olympic Winter Games, Torino represents a milestone in Olympic history. Torino 2006 were broadcast in 200 countries, and shared the passion of the great athletes all over the world.
VENUECreating Excitement at Olympic Venues
ASTROVISION Large-Screen Display System
Panasonic provided a record number of 29 ASTROVISION screens for Torino 2006. The main stadium alone was equipped with 4 screens that displayed thrilling scenes throughout the Olympic Games, including the Opening Ceremony.
RAMSA Professional Audio Systems
In addition to Stadio Olimpico di Torino, the main stadium, Panasonic provided RAMSA sound systems to 14 venues, delivering the passion of Torino 2006 to athletes and spectators alike.
BROADCASTDelivering Olympic Games Excitement to the World
- P2 CARD
- HD CAMERA
In addition to DVCPRO 50, Panasonic's DVCPRO HD format for recording HD quality video was used at Torino 2006 as the official recording format. The industry's first professional broadcast camera recorders which incorporate solid-state memory technology were used and recording media P2 cards were rated highly as a lightweight, compact, and easy-to-use storage medium.
Torino 2006 were the 6th successive Olympic Games at which Panasonic supplied equipment to the International Broadcast Center (IBC). Panasonic continued to provide high quality and reliable equipment that performed faultlessly in extreme cold.
HOMEEnjoying Olympic Games Excitement at Home
Full HD Plasma Display
- 103-inch Full HD Plasma Display