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Yesterday, the guys from Panasonic had a media event in Melbourne to launch their new range of home AV gear, including their VT20 3D plasma and their Yahoo7 partnership. But one of the most interesting aspects of the whole event wasn’t actually a Panasonic product – it was the massive stage/screen they had set up in the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.