Watchfire Signs, a manufacturer of digital billboards and LED displays, was selected by Greyline Outdoor to manufacture a large digital billboard located in Times Square.
Watchfire Signs was selected by Louisville Tourism to manufacture a “Welcome Wall” at the Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport.
At ISE 2020, Samsung is showing QLED 8K SMART displays, new applications of The Wall technology, and the improved Samsung Flip 2 digital flipchart.
To augment the experience of its tournaments, World Poker Tour's global events manager Steve De Santis invested in reFLEXion LED video systems from Nashville-based PixelFLEX.
Watchfire Signs has finished its renovation of the 1,500-foot-long digital canopy that covers Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas.
Klarman Hall, Harvard Business School's new state-of-the-art multipurpose auditorium, features a 61.8-foot-wide 1.9mm SiliconCore LED display.
ANC has outfitted Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse—home of the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers—with an immersive “Power Portal” entryway as part of a transformative $185 million project.
One Times Square recently installed a new 350-foot-high unified north wall featuring Prismview outdoor displays driven by the Christie Spyder X80 multi-windowing processor.
Experiential firm Clickspring Design created an LED-packed studio stage for the first debate of the 2020 Presidential campaign cycle, which was broadcast across NBC, Telemundo, and MSNBC.
Bigger, brighter, and blending better into their environments, we examine how video walls are transforming the way we look at everything from entertainment to critical data.
Vanguard has announced its new Chromium Fine Pixel Series, featuring Direct Chip to PCB (DCP) technology, which solders three LED chips—one red, one blue, and one green—directly onto a PCB board.
Leyard has announced the wide range of display technologies it will showcase at ISE 2019 this week in Amsterdam.
Melbourne City Council recently turned to Citadel Technology Solutions, Digital Place Solutions, and NanoLumens to reimagine a 19th century building for a 21st century audience.
A new Sydney Trains Rail Operations Center (ROC) now nearing completion includes a central control room featuring what is believed to be the world’s largest command and control LED display.
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