Winner of the combined display categories of Digital Signage and Projection was Panasonic. The company has exhibited innovation through the flexibility of its 3D Plasma display, suitable for applications in commercial, digital signage, education, home theater and other markets. The versatile 2D/3D unit can accept terminal boards with various interfaces depending on the signage application. For projection, we recognized Panasonic for the image-quality and energy-saving innovations in its series of one-chip DLP projectors. Its super-high resolution projectors conserve energy and reduce maintenance costs by automatically adjusting brightness based on ambient light. Taking the stage was Stoney White, Panasonic's senior business development manager, left, with the Test Center's Edward J. Correia. There were no runners up in these categories.