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23rd March 2017
“Quite simply, the Hitachi LP-WU3500’s combination of image quality, quiet operation, brightness, reliability, and setup flexibility adds up to a solid value and an impressive choice for a variety of applications. We are happy to give it our Road Test Certified award and logo.”
16th January 2017
Hitachi’s new Ultra Solid Engine Projector is the result of decades of technical experience and knowledge all coming together to produce an LED Projector with high quality images, maintenance free and low total cost of ownership.
22nd November 2016
Hitachi Australia Pty Ltd is proud to announce its five-year partnership with Queensland Museum, as Technology Partner of the new Wild State gallery.
Queensland Museum is located at South Bank in the heart of Brisbane’s Cultural Precinct, and is the most visited museum in Australia. Permanent attractions include the Sciencentre, Discovery Centre, and the Lost Creatures: Stories from Ancient Queensland gallery. The Museum also regularly hosts national and international travelling exhibitions and offers a range of public and educational programs.
Queensland Museum’s new gallery, Wild State celebrates Queensland’s wild and unparalleled beauty and its habitats.
Wild State showcases Queensland’s spectacular biodiversity in an immersive exhibition, taking visitors on a journey through five breathtaking habitats to discover why Queensland is one of the most biologically diverse places on earth.
The arid outback, iconic eucalypt forest, tropical rainforest, sun-drenched coastal zones and teeming marine environments - Queensland’s stunning biodiversity takes centre stage through beautiful displays featuring wildlife and specimens from the State Collection alongside breathtaking photography. The Hitachi Laser projectors are featured prominently in the new gallery, ensuring crystal clear image reproduction for the video content on display.
Queensland Museum is open daily from 9.30am - 5.00pm. Closed Good Friday, Christmas Day & Boxing Day. Open ANZAC Day from 1.30 pm.
Wild State is on Level 4 of the Queensland Museum. Admission is free.
26th September 2016
Hitachi Australia Pty Ltd is proud to announce its three-year sponsorship deal with Museum of Brisbane, as Technology Partner of the new exhibition 100% Brisbane.
Located in the heart of Brisbane, Museum of Brisbane is part of the living history of the city, examining how Brisbane and its people continue to change over time and revealing how each of our individual and collective stories are the milestones of the city’s evolution. The Museum explores seemingly ordinary people and places of Brisbane to uncover unexpected and fascinating stories.
100% Brisbane is an exhibition like no other you’ve seen before. In an exciting world-first, Museum of Brisbane has collaborated with celebrated Berlin based theatre company Rimini Protokoll to create a powerful and unforgettable interactive exhibition experience which brings together 100 residents who currently call Brisbane home. Fascinating and deeply moving, their personal stories will be revealed alongside beliefs and attitudes that shape who we are, creating a real-time snapshot of our city.
This new exhibition opened on the 15th July 2016, and is a free visitor experience, and provides audiences with an engaging, interactive unique story telling of Brisbane. The Hitachi range of visual products including LCD and DLP projectors are featured prominently in the new gallery, ensuring crystal clear image reproduction for all of the video content on display.
Museum of Brisbane is open daily from 10am - 5pm