Chris Grandin and Dreis Vermeulen join the company as it shows growth.
Green Hippo Hippotizer Karst media servers and Hog 4 consoles were used to drive the LED displays for New Zealand comedy TV show 7 Days Live's performance at the Queenstown Winter Festival.
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.
The LG 130-inch All-in-One Direct View LED Screen, first previewed at InfoComm 2019, is available now to order.
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.
Samsung Electronics recently completed an expansive five-screen LED display installation on One Times Square using the company’s SMART LED Signage XPS Series.
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.
Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa in Rancho Mirage, CA recently installed 2,300 square feet of LED displays in its 360 Sports bar and restaurant.
Wanting an eye-catching display, the university worked with the visual design specialists at Fravert Services who installed a free-flowing FLEXUltra LED video design from Nashville-based PixelFLEX.
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.
The front-serviceable and high-resolution product line to meet both the performance demands and budgets of indoor LED video designs.
Korean cosmetics retailer Innisfree decided to one-up its competitors by installing a huge, super-bright NanoLumens ENGAGE Series LED display that is easily seen from the street, 24 hours a day.
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 NanoLumens Nixel Series display brings the wow factor to Scripps Networks Interactive's Knoxville headquarters.