Video and AV News


Christie Pandoras Box at Meraas City Walk

Thursday, 23 February 2017

UAE - Christie Pandoras Box is synchronizing more than 100m pixels of Float4 content at Meraas City Walk in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. City Walk was conceived as a destination par-excellence for both locals and tourists complete with upscale shopping, dining and living with a park-like ambience by Meraas, a Dubai-based holding company with extensive assets in real estate, retail, hospitality and entertainment.
Meraas approached Float4, an award-winning studio that designs and produces site-specific interactive multimedia installations, to create a digital feature for City Walk. The scope grew to encompass an outdoor digital experience that includes more than 30 LED installations, nearly 30 projectors, and a water fountain show that uses water screens. In total, there are over 100m pixels that cover a space the size of 12 football fields.
“Meraas wanted to differentiate themselves,” says Alexandre Simionescu, co-founder of Float4. “One of the things they wanted to do was create a location that was pedestrian-friendly. It’s not something that you find in Dubai, so they’re very innovative. They like to question things beyond ‘can we do it bigger’ and ask ‘can we do it better?’“
Float4 worked with XYZ Cultural Technology, a long-time Christie partner, to design a system powerful enough to synchronize and control all 100 million pixels

PRG XL Video moves to larger London location

Thursday, 23 February 2017

UK - PRG XL Video, the UK operation of Production Resource Group (PRG), has moved to a new, larger, London location. Continuing its strategy for growth, the company has relocated within Central London.
The office, in the very heart of London’s theatreland, houses sales and support teams from four major market sectors – concert touring, theatre, television and film, and corporate and events. The location at 77 St Martin’s Lane, Covent Garden includes space for PRG XL permanent staff, hot desking space for clients and creatives to visit, and multiple meeting rooms, which are not only used by PRG XL’s own teams, but are utilised by industry organisations for their regular board meetings.
PRG XL Video’s director of human resources, Alistair Todd comments: “The space has been designed not only to house our growing team, but also as a hub of creativity for clients and visitors. “We aimed to create a modern, pleasant working environment. The location has lots of natural light, which creates a bright, open space which our team will enjoy working in.”
PRG president and Chief Operating Officer, Stephan Paridaen continues: “As our UK business continues to grow, we have invested in a larger London location. This has given us the opportunity to locate sales, production, event services, crewing services and support teams all together, promoting an a


FLEXStorm answers outdoor challenges

Tuesday, 14 February 2017

USA - PixelFLEX has announced the introduction of the weather-rated FLEXStorm LED video technology. Designed specifically to overcome the challenges associated with traditional outdoor LED video displays, FLEXStorm utilizes an intelligent, auto-correcting light sensor control system to ensure the appropriate brightness at all hours of the day. FLEXStorm is available in a variety of custom sizes, resolutions and configurations.
“Operating in an outdoor environment presents numerous design challenges for permanently installed outdoor LED video displays,” said David Venus, PixelFLEX director of marketing. “Understanding how to overcome these challenges, the FLEXStorm design engineers have created a truly remarkable system that allows flexibility of choice including the ability to sense the ideal brightness based upon the weather conditions and then self-adjust for an optimum LED video display.”
Built to withstand adverse weather conditions while still providing “a truly breathtaking experience”, FLEXStorm can be utilized for outdoor advertising, entertainment, and much more.
With its adjustable sensors that communicate directly with the cabinets control system, FLEXStorm has variable brightness offerings between 6500-7500 Nits to look its best day or night. Additionally, using cloud-based content management, updating the FLEXStorm is simple and


ImageCue releases new user content utilities

Monday, 13 February 2017

USA - ImageCue has made available a new suite of free content preparation utilities for its users. The utilities are now available for downloading from the ImageCue website.
One of the new utilities is designed specifically for users new to the content preparation process. “We’ve encountered many potential customers that want to integrate projection and digital content into their productions but feel overwhelmed by the complexity of the process,” says Bill Hewlett, ImageCue CEO. “This new utility allows the user to plug a USB flash drive into their PC and the utility steps them through the process.”
The new utility prepares the USB drive for use with ImageCue and analyzes the user’s content, determining how best to convert or modify it for best performance with the ImageCue compact server. The tedious task of adding numeric prefixes to file names is handled by the utility.
Another new utility in the suite will take a PowerPoint presentation in PDF format and convert it to individually numbered jpeg images ready for use with ImageCue. Like all of the other utilities in the suite, it prepares the content for use in one of the selected ImageCue output resolution settings.
Rounding out the suite are utilities that convert commonly used graphic formats like bmp, gif, and tif to jpeg as well as a video conversion and extraction tool. Both of


ISE 2017: NEC Solutions Zone platform launched

Friday, 10 February 2017

The Netherlands - NEC Display Solutions Europe has today launched the NEC Solutions Zone, a free web-based information and networking tool for professional end-users, distributors, NEC’s eco-partners and reseller partners.
The platform supports Pan-European as well as local suppliers and partners. By providing insights into a broad range of real installation scenarios, the platform makes users aware of the added value services provided by the NEC partner ecosystem.
The NEC Solutions Zone platform supports many different verticals, from aviation and transportation, cinema, corporate office and Digital out of Home (DooH) to education, healthcare, retail and many more. It gives peripheral vendors the opportunity to showcase their products, solutions and services, giving end-user customers a wide variation of solutions to choose from.
When it comes to display applications, different verticals often have requirements beyond the display technology hardware. Most applications require numerous additional products such as media players, application software, loudspeakers, stands, mounts, display holders etc. to support the displays and projectors to their intended uses. With the NEC Solutions Zone, visitors to the platform can pick from tested and approved combination of additional products around NEC’s display technology to build their own tailored solutio


Hawthorn premieres virtual experience at EPS

Friday, 10 February 2017

UK - Hawthorn is inviting visitors to step into virtual reality as it launches its innovative virtual venue experience at this year’s Event Production Show (1-2 March 2017).
The creative technical event production expert has for the first time ‘built’, in virtual reality, just some of the diverse venues it works in partnership with in real life. This will enable event planners to pop on a HTC Vive headset and explore incredible event spaces without leaving the Hawthorn stand.
The venues showcased in virtual reality at the Event Production Show will include some of Hawthorn’s key partnerships from around the UK. Built by Hawthorn’s in-house 3D and visualisation team using Cinema 4D and Unreal Engine, the virtual venue experience will offer delegates a unique on-stand experience, demonstrating the versatility of virtual reality as a powerful tool to support the event planning process.
Rachel Waterfield, head of sales & marketing at Hawthorn, said, “We wanted to shake things up on our stand at EPS this year and offer visitors the opportunity to experience some of the UK’s most iconic venues in a completely new and fun way.
“As virtual reality technology becomes ever more accessible, the opportunities it offers the event world are endless and not just as part of the live event experience.
“We wanted to harness it to showcas


ISE 2017: Lawo debuts processing toolkit

Friday, 10 February 2017

The Netherlands - Lawo has introduced its V_pro8 8-channel video processing tool armed with a comprehensive software update. With its latest update, Lawo’s V_pro8 became even more powerful, further increasing its features-per-RU density, says the company.
Amongst the latest additions is an updated A/V sync tool, which, in addition to the native V_line sync pattern and the EBU pattern, can now also read the Vistek VALID8 format. Furthermore, the integrated quad-split multiviewer now also features multi-colored Tally lamps, which are switchable via Ember+, allowing to integrate the MV tally in the overall tally system of your installation.
The V_pro8 can be used to connect different video formats as well as to connect between audio and video. High quality format conversion, colour correction as well as audio embedding and de-embedding make the V_pro 8 a compact and powerful video processor, building bridges between different worlds and formats.
The powerful video / audio router of the 19”/1RU device provides an internal 8x8 video routing matrix and a 384x384 audio matrix. The in-built frame-synchronizers are syncing the incoming independent free running signals to the same reference (Blackburst or TriLevel) whereas the variable video & audio delays for compensating latencies and lip-sync match between incoming or outgoing audio (up to 320 ms del


ISE 2017: Panasonic aims at large event market

Thursday, 9 February 2017

The Netherlands - Panasonic will introduce a new 20,000 lumens projector at ISE 2017 this week, a laser light source companion to the PT-DZ21K.
The PT-RZ21K is a three-chip DLP Solid Shine laser series aimed at the rental, events and large venue market. It is compatible with existing Panasonic lenses and comes in a similarly compact, lightweight body as the DZ21K, which became an industry essential since its launch in 2012.
The RZ21K generates up to 20,000 lm of brightness at WUXGA or SXGA+ resolution using dual solid-state laser drives. A durable dust-proof optical system means that the projector offers extended maintenance free operation beyond lamped rivals.
“The industry is ready to make the switch from lamp to laser,” said Hartmut Kulessa, European marketing manager at Panasonic. “Panasonic research identified that many projection projects are not being realised because of the high operating cost caused by replacement lamps and service requirements. We believe moving the industry’s most popular high brightness projector to laser will grow the market for projection even further.
“We have ensured that the RZ21K is similarly lightweight compared to other projectors in this class, enabling easy handling. This expedites transport and installation for staging professionals at major events, and, because it’s laser, rental companies will


Avonic appoints Polar as UK distributor

Wednesday, 8 February 2017

UK / Netherlands - Polar has been appointed as UK distributor for Netherlands based Avonic, a leading manufacturer of PTZ cameras and accessories. Avonic offers a full range of high quality pan-tilt-zoom cameras, with a choice of output, including USB3.0, IP, HDMI and SDI. Control units and accessories complement the range, designed for use in a host of applications from video-conferencing to broadcasting, lecture capture to webcasting and beyond.
Polar – long known as a pro audio distributor under the name of PolarAudio - continues to extend its reach into whole AV solutions, brands such as Avonic are integral to its growing portfolio of video and Unified Communications products. Without concessions on quality, the Avonic range is an affordable choice for courtrooms, council chambers, churches and meeting rooms – or anywhere that recording, broadcasting or streaming of visual events is required, says Polar.
Stuart Leader, director at Polar Integrated Solutions Division comments: "Avonic manufacture a range of PTZ cameras that can complement any and every AV scheme. We are regularly involved in complex and ambitious projects that combine elements from across the entire AV spectrum and it's essential that our customers have access to the best quality and widest-ranging portfolio of products. Avonic is a perfect fit for Polar - high-quality, competit


AO - the story behind the logo

Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Australia - As part of their pitch for the rebranding of the Australian Open, Landor, Tennis Australia’s chosen branding agency, created a video rendering of their proposed logo. The rendering depicted a 3m high three-dimensional logo, complete with a video screen on its front and LED pixels covering the side surfaces.
Whilst not part of Landor’s actual deliverable, the concept inspired Tennis Australia to test the market to see if it were possible.
The technical team at Tennis Australia prepared and issued a specification in August last year. Sydney’s The P.A. People, who had worked with Tennis Australia on many events over the years, took up the challenge.
“Our experience in designing bespoke mechanical solutions as part of AV systems integration, coupled with our work around the world on large scale events, led us to believe we could create a viable and cost effective solution” said Chris Dodds, managing director - The P.A. People and lead designer of the AO logo project.
“The P.A. People took a concept and brought it to life with an extraordinary feat of engineering. The AO installation became a cornerstone of our international brand roll out and it captivated our audiences with its sheer size and stunning imagery. The team at The P.A. People are to be commended for working with us on such a complex project in such a short


ISE 2017: NEC adds LCD laser-based projectors

Wednesday, 8 February 2017

The Netherlands - NEC Display Solutions Europe has announced two laser-based additions to its PA Series of LCD projectors, taking low-maintenance operation to a new level. The new additions, the PA803UL and PA653UL models leverage a filter-free design, eliminating one of the biggest operational overheads normally found in installed projectors.
Designed with minimal maintenance in mind, the two new laser projectors also boast a fully-sealed optical engine, allowing brightness levels to remain high and consistent without risk of dust-based ingress and image degradation.
Other key features and benefits include high lumen output (8,000 ANSI lumens from the PA803UL, 6,500 ANSI lumens from the PA653UL), highly flexible installation options with 360 degree positioning support in any direction. The projectors also feature motorised zoom and focus, interchangeable lens options and superb readability of images thanks to the combination of WUXGA resolution support, 4K60Hz image signal processing and Rec2020 colour conversion.
“The addition of the PA803UL and PA653UL laser projectors to the PA Series builds on our successful range of solutions for commercial and professional environments such as museums, meeting rooms and high-end education as well as the rental sector,” said Gerd Kaiser, product line manager large venue projectors at NEC Display Solutions Euro


ISE 2017: Black Box premieres management platform

Wednesday, 8 February 2017

The Netherlandds - Black Box has unveiled Boxilla, a premier enterprise-level KVM and AV/IT system management platform, featuring a comprehensive and centralised command centre, which provides “unparalleled performance, ease of use and security”, the company says.
KVM and AV/IT system management professionals face increasing complexity associated with diverse infrastructures and multiple types of end points including physical or virtual machines, applications and networks. Boxilla’s comprehensive ability to manage high-performance KVM, KVM over IP, virtualised end-points, and various AV/IT devices on one centralised command centre, empowers administrators to manage multi-environment KVM and AV/IT deployments using a powerful web-enabled and common user-interface.
Boxilla is designed for enterprise-level deployments with large-scale, mission-critical applications involving multiple end-points. In these environments, Boxilla’s ability to streamline and automate the communications between KVM devices becomes highly valuable. For everything from emergency rooms and 911 centres to classrooms and conference rooms, Boxilla is redefining efficiency, simplicity and functionality in high-volume environments, says the company.
Boxilla is software upgradable and future-proof. In addition to InvisaPC and virtualised end-points, upcoming upgrades will


ISE 2017: Seloy Live partners with Feonic

Tuesday, 7 February 2017

The Netherlands - Seloy Live, the i new interactive glass manufacturer, has announced a partnership with Feonic at this year’s ISE. Seloy Live will be showcasing a 90” interactive touch window with embedded sound. The 90” SENSE is a state-of-the-art portrait combination of a transparent insulating glass unit and interactive touch surface, with built-in sound from Feonic, and will be demonstrated on booth 14-M270.
In addition, Seloy Live will showcase an 80” SENSE in landscape; a 43” SHINE customised mirror solution for augmenting existing professional displays; and a 60 x 120cm SHADE with electronically adjustable transparency. Seloy Live will also showcase content from Finnish advertising agency TBWA and UK-based interactive visual media experts Spotted Zebra.
A video demonstrating how Feonic technology works within Seloy Live’s SHADE solution can be viewed here. SENSE can be seen in action (without Feonic sound) here.
“We’re very excited to be showcasing our unique range of interactive glass products at ISE, and to be partnering with Feonic and our friends at TBWA and Spotted Zebra,” explains Seloy Live sales director Anne Lindgren. “ISE is the ideal show for people to see how we Supercharge glass, and our three main products – SENSE, SHINE and SHADE – will be demonstrated on our stand.”
“We’re delighted to have t


AV Stumpfl’s Wings help create illusion spectacular

Monday, 6 February 2017

China - For Ocean Park, staying at the top of Hong Kong’s hotly-contested amusement park market means luring audiences with ever more thrilling attractions. Running up to five times per day from mid-December 2016 to mid-February 2017 in the park’s Applause Pavilion, this holiday season’s major event was the Cyber Illusion Spectacular.
Built around the visual excitement of magicians, illusionists, aerialists, quick-change artists, acrobats, dancers and a master fan manipulator, this 30-minute, energy-charged, attack on the senses was performed on a constantly-changing stage, featuring striking visuals from LED panels, moving lights, pyrotechnics and atmospheric effects.
The primary scenic element for the show was an impressive 8m x 15m (26ft x 50ft) wall of 8.0mm LED panels, complete with sliding sections in the centre for fast scene change access. Additional irregular panels of 3.0mm LED flanked the stage to provide an immersive video environment.
It was Hong Kong-based Cosmo Pro AV who supplied, installed, configured and programmed the complete video system, including LED wall panels and the AV Stumpfl technology to drive them.
Given the short and intense production period and the tight integration of the video content with the performance, in particular where some acts were interacting directly with the images, it was critical that the v


ISE 2017: Iiyama expands LFD series

Monday, 6 February 2017

The Netherlands - iiyama, one of the leading providers of professional displays, has expanded its large format display (LFD) range yet again with the interactive ProLite TH8667MIS-B1AG, an 86” IPS technology panel with 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels), 20-point Infrared touch and integrated EasiNote software.
Intended for continuous, 24/7 operation in boardrooms and classrooms, the TH8667MIS-B1AG supports playback of presentations, video and other types of content stored on a USB device or its internal memory. The high quality commercial IPS LCD panel guarantees great viewing angles and superb image performance, with Anti-Glare coating drastically reducing ambient reflection in high brightness environments without compromising sharp clarity of the content.
Integrated with EasiNote, for making annotations on directly-opened files, the TH8667MIS-B1AG can be instantly transformed into a superior ‘digital whiteboard’ – and unlike traditional interactive whiteboards, there are no shadows or compromises in image quality.
The TH8667MIS-B1AG complements the recently-launched ProLite TF6537UHSC-B1AG 65” 4K display, a PCAP (projected capacitive touch) multi-touch solution allowing up to 50 simultaneous touch events.
iiyama will be demonstrating the TH8667MIS-B1AG alongside the TF6537UHSC-B1AG at ISE 2017 on stand 10-P146.
(Jim Evans)


ISE 2017: Barco expands the F-series range

Friday, 3 February 2017

The Netherlands - Barco is expanding its F-series projection portfolio for the ProAV market with a rugged laser phosphor model. The F70 projector delivers long lifetime and reliability for fixed installations, ensuring reduced downtime and maintenance, and thus a lower total cost of ownership. Moreover, it provides constant brightness and color over a longer period of time.
The two models set for launch at ISE 2017 offer 4K UHD and WUXGA native resolution and up to 8,000 lumens light output. The F70 will be shipping from Q2 2017 onwards.
“Professionals in the theme park, venue, and visitor attractions industry are continuously looking for ways to wow their audiences and, at the same time, reduce setup time, downtime, and cost,” comments Peter Pauwels, director of strategic marketing at Barco. “The versatile F70 projector meets these demands through its 4K performance, long lifetime, reliable performance in terms of brightness and color, installation freedom, and low total cost of ownership.”
The F70 projector is suitable for fixed installation in a wide variety of venues and visitor attractions such as museums, theme parks, auditoriums, and science centres. And thanks to its motion platform compatibility, it’s a match for theme park dark rides. The projector enables customers to treat their audiences to compelling experiences that leave a las


ISE 2017: 7thSense Design majors on reliability

Friday, 3 February 2017

The Netherlands - 7thSense Design will be exhibiting a range of new product releases at this year’s Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) show in Amsterdam. Performance, reliability and flexibility are among the key themes at the 7thSense stand.
A key technology demonstration on the 7thSense stand this year is an 8K x 4K display powered by a single Infinity Media Server running at 60 fps capable of up to 10-bit colour for a superior HDR experience. This product has set a new standard in media serving since its launch earlier in 2016 and is already in operation in prestigious locations worldwide.
John Higgins, senior product manager at 7thSense explains, “We always listen to customer requests and have been working hard to develop and introduce new features and performance capabilities to address some of these wishes. We’re proud to be maintaining our reputation as an innovator and leader in the field.”
Set for launch at the show is Stack2, the advanced modular framework from 7thSense which has been developed to not only enable remote access for show control, but also to access other Stack Modules including Digital Signage and Closed Captioning solutions as well as dynamic content such as RSS or Twitter Feeds.
The new Delta software release will be on display featuring a wide range of new features for all applications. These include support for a


ISE 2017: Double debut from Kramer

Friday, 3 February 2017

The Netherlands - Kramer Electronics will be showcasing at ISE 2017 two new offerings from theKramer VIA family of wireless presentation & collaboration solutions: VIA GO, an advanced wireless plug-and-present solution and VIAware, a software-only solution for wireless collaboration. The company will display its full range of products and solutions in Booth 1-F20 next to the Europa entrance.
VIA GO lets meeting participants easily and instantlypresent from any tablet, phone or laptop. With both built-in Wi-Fi capabilities and connectivity to wired LAN, VIA GO is easy to install and turns any existing projector or display into a state-of-the-art, BYOD wireless-enabled device.
VIAware is Kramer's new software-only VIA offering for both collaborative meeting environments and education and training. VIAware turns Windows PCs with Windows 10 into fully-featured VIA devices. The software is available for leasing monthly or as a one-time license fee.
VIAware offers Kramer VIA's full presentation and collaboration feature set. From any laptop or mobile device, in-room participants can view the main display, edit documents together in real time, share any size file, turn the main display into a digital whiteboard, chat with other users, stream full uninterrupted HD video (up to 1080p60), and more. VIAware also lets facilitators use e-polling and e-exams to e


AC-ET film & TV solutions at BSC Expo 2017

Thursday, 2 February 2017

UK - A.C. Entertainment Technologies (AC-ET) Ltd. will be showcasing many UK-exclusive and other product highlights from their Film & TV sales division’s one-stop inventory of lighting, control and grip solutions, at BSC Expo 2017, Battersea Evolution, London, UK, stand 107, 2-4 February.
The Film & TV division will showcase its wide choice of state of the art LED lighting fixtures, which offer flexible, efficient alternatives to more traditional technologies without loss of quality or volume of output.
A number of leading industry experts agree that the UK-exclusive Chroma-Q brand consistently pushes the technical and creative lighting possibilities of LED technology.
Products showing include the 2016 Cine Gear Expo-winning Space Force variable white soft source, which delivers an output and performance comparable with a traditional 6kW fixture in an energy-efficient lightweight, convection cooled, ultra quiet design. Also showing is the 2016 LDI and ESTA award-winning Color Force II colour-wash range, and the award-winning Studio Force 12 Variable Phosphor LED soft light.
The UK-exclusive DMG Lumière marque’s innovative SL1 range has been created in collaboration with gaffers, cinematographers and LED lighting specialists to satisfy the highest standards and needs of the motion capture industry. Available in single colour a

Evans Audio Visual on BLONDME Re-launch

Evans Audio Visual on BLONDME Re-launch

Monday, 30 January 2017

UK - Evans Audio Visual provided all the elements needed for international hair care company Schwarzkopf to re-launch one of their most popular product ranges, BLONDME, at The Principal Manchester.

Schwarzkopf asked Evansto provide the set, stage, video, lighting and sound for the two-day event, which saw professional hairdressers gather to listen to business summaries, marketing presentations, and live product demos by Peter Marcus Hairdressing, in a bid to motivate and encourage sales. The event also featured a catwalk show as well as an awards ceremony for the delegates who came top in their departments and regions, as well as long service recognition awards for those who had been supporting Schwarzkopf for 15-35 years.

To facilitate the videos, Evans supplied and installed a 10,000 lumen projector with an ultra-short throw mirrored lens, capable of projecting onto the screen at a distance of just 1m, which helped create space in the room for more delegates. Evans also supplied an ID24 and IDS sub speaker system from Nexo for the sound, which is the perfect speaker system for a corporate event such as this, thanks to its power and compact size.

Says Evans, "We also installed a 3.6m high set and screen complete with large format prints which were used to add branding impact. The stage was 6m wide and linked to a catwalk which was customised to fit the room.

Panasonic renews portable projection line-up

Panasonic renews portable projection line-up

Monday, 30 January 2017

Europe - Panasonic has announced two new portable projector series, including a new short throw range, offering longer lifespans, higher brightness and wireless capability to enable switch on and go operation within schools and meeting rooms.

The interactive1 3LCD PT-TW351R series2 offers 10,000 hours maintenance-free operation in ECO Mode and comprises four short throw models, each capable of producing an 80-inch image from as little as 75 cm away, eliminating presenter shadowing.

The series consists of two WXGA models (PT-TW351R and PT-TW350) each with 3,300 lm of brightness and two XGA models available in 3,800 lm (PT-TX410) and 3,200 lm (PT-TX320). The projectors feature an increased contrast ratio of 16,000:1 for clear and crisp image and text reproduction.

The series allows presenters to notate a projected image using either the optional interactive pen or Panasonic whiteboard software.

In addition, Panasonic is also launching the light weight PT-LB423 series. Weighing just 2.9 kg, the six-model series delivers an impressive 3,600 lm of brightness at WXGA resolution (PT-LW373) or up to 4,100 lm at XGA (PT-LB423) for superb image quality. A manual 1.2x zoom lens enables a wide range of projection distances for convenience.

Both new projector series feature a wired LAN terminal3 and a USB input for the optional wireless module (ET-WML100). They su

PixelFLEX adds LED flexible panel

PixelFLEX adds LED flexible panel

Monday, 30 January 2017

USA - Continuing to increase the functionality of its award-winning LED technologies, PixelFLEX has announced the introduction of the 1.9mm TrueFLEX LED flexible video panel.

Available in a 400mm wide by 300mm high panel, the new 1.9mm TrueFLEX is an ideal LED video solution for fixed installations which require an ultra-fine pixel pitch and a high-resolution LED video pallet in a flexible format, says the company. Now available in 1.9mm, 2.5mm, 3.0mm, 4.0mm, 6mm and 10mm indoor pitch options, the TrueFLEX LED video system quickly and securely attaches via magnets and its fanless design allows for a no-noise LED display in any space.

"As one of our most innovative LED video solutions, we are very excited to be introducing the addition of the 1.9mm resolution to the TrueFLEX family of creative LED panels," said David Venus, PixelFLEX director of marketing.

"In many environments, commercial, architectural and creative, resolution is a key component to the success of the LED video deployment. With its new 1.9mm pixel pitch option, TrueFLEX is now one of the highest resolution, flexible LED products on the market and we are eager to see how video designers deploy the technology to achieve their creative LED video displays."

Designed to create seamless convex or concave curved video walls, TrueFLEX offers a wide range of pitch options for high-resolution and c


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