Panasonic Viera Commercial Spot 1

Donald Ash in Panasonic Viera commercial spot 1.

Donald Ash in Panasonic Viera commercial spot 1.

A friend of mine who I filmed a commercial with late last year recently sent me the link for it.

This commercial is for a pretty cool television set by Panasonic that allows you to share and connect with your smart phones and other smart devices. I don’t know much about price or release date specifics of the actual smart tv (as I like to call it), but it does look useful. I had a feeling that this is where television would eventually go.

Everything being connected is the way to go. I wonder what your smart phone won’t be able to do in 20 years. It’s really interesting to think about. We’ll have to have a discussion/debate about one of these days here on the site.

I really think this commercial came out well. It’s one of the longer spots I had the opportunity to do, but check it out :D

This commercial is only for the web right now, at least I think that’s right. But it may become a tv spot later, you just never know.

Enough about that. Pretty cool tv concept, right? I thought it was.

You can find more detail about this television on the Panasonic website here:

It’s all in Japanese, but if you click around you’ll be able to see more about the Panasonic Viera.

Thank for reading. I’ll see you next post!


P.S.-To Mitzi, Kyle, Yurika and the crew, I REALLY had fun working with you guys ;)

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  • Nanami

    Haha that’s a pretty cool commercial. Also, the glasses are pretty kickin!

    • thejapanguy

      Hahaha!! Thanks Nanami-chan. I like the glasses, too.

  • MarieJ

    i would love to do a commercial o.o

  • John

    Wow! Great commercial, the structure of it was performed neatly

  • Bee

    That was really cool! It looks like you guys had a lot of fun.

    • Donald Ash

      I really did enjoy it, Bee. Great fun!

  • Mwani

    This is a nice commercial man! I really liked it. :D

    • thejapanguy

      Thanks Mwani!!

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