Element Labs releases STEALTH 2.5

  • Element Labs, Inc. has announced the release of STEALTH™ 2.5 with several improvements over its predecessor, most notably: enhanced rigging options and a flatter viewing surface.
  • After a dramatic debut on Madonna’s Confessions Tour in 2006, the STEALTH system has also been showing up in digital signage retail applications.
  • According to Element Labs, the STEATH 2.5 system maintains the benefits of the original: low-profile for virtual transparency; fan-fold capability for rapid deployment and transportation; and support of standard video formats for optimal ease-of-use. Plus, STEALTH 2.5 displays feature improved mounting hardware optimized for touring applications and temporary installations.
  • A new snap hinge system provides greater flexibility to reconfigure displays while allowing for uncomplicated fan-folding into road cases. Each panel now has its own independent hinge that can be easily connected to adjacent panels. Simply snap together panels to construct large screens. This new hinge system also contributes to more consistent, stable screen geometry.
  • “We’ve refined the STEALTH system even further to continue to meet the high demands of touring, and the unique requirements of architectural installations, including digital signage,” says Rich Pierceall, Director of Sales and Marketing for Element Labs. “Flexibility and rapid deployment are always critical and that’s what we deliver with this new mounting hardware.”
  • STEALTH 2.5, with a much flatter LED plane, displays incredibly smooth video that remains consistent—regardless of the angle at which the panel is viewed.
  • “This is particularly important in applications where the viewer comes in close proximity to the screen,” says Pierceall.
  • For more product information, please visit: www.elementlabs.com.

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