Pavilion Bukit Jalil Dome of WondersPavilion Bukit Jalil Dome of Wonders


Pavilion Bukit Jalil
Dome of Wonders

Installed system:
 Projection mapping
Date of installation:
 November 2021
 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Create an enthralling spatial media show at a popular Malaysian shopping mall using high-brightness projection mapping inside a large atrium dome.


Engage technology partner Panasonic to collaborate with design studio and installers to deliver an immersive mapping solution powered by PT-RZ34K 3-Chip DLP™ laser projectors.

We need to be very particular about colors to make one seamless content to present the perfect immersive projection. It will be our masterpiece projection on Malaysia’s most famous shopping mall.

Lyon Kong,
Creative Content Director,

Immersive Dome Projection is a First for the Malaysian Retail Market, Delighting Visitors to Pavilion Bukit Jalil

Across five floors and 1.8 million square feet of retail space, visitors to Pavilion Bukit Jalil enjoy a world-class retailtainment experience. The mall’s atrium dome was chosen as a canvas for a spellbinding projection show to enliven the atmosphere during the festive season and beyond. Panasonic was engaged as a technology partner thanks to its expertise with large-scale projection mapping and ability to contribute to any development phase, from ideation and spatial design to O&M support. “Looking back to large events such as the Olympic Games, a lot of landmark work was done with beautiful projection mapping,” says Tan Peng Han, Design Director at KL Pavilion Design Studio. “We came across Panasonic due to its expertise and cutting-edge
projector technologies."

After analyzing the dome dimensions and ambient lighting conditions, four 30,000 lm1 PT-RZ34Ks were selected. As well as being small and light enough for the confined installation space, PT-RZ34K’s color performance was convincing. “We chose Panasonic because of its 3DLP technology that projects colors evenly on the dome. Colors play a big role in this project. We need to be very particular about the colors to make one seamless content to present the perfect immersive projection.” The experience was awarded “first projection mapping on a shopping mall dome” by the Malaysian Book of Records.

1 Measurement, measuring conditions, and method of notation all comply with ISO/IEC 21118: 2020 international standards. Value is average of all products when shipped.

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