The newly opened T-mobile Arena in Las-Vegas features over 1500 square meters of LED video technology installed in and around the venue. The installation includes a massive see-through video wall of irregular shape above the main entrance as well as a center-hung configuration, fascia, tunnel entry, scorer's tables, and exterior displays, the press release said.
LED Screen Guru - large indoor and outdoor video display assistant - Media-facade
Interactive LED media-façade was recently installed over the residential building in the Melbourne suburb of Docklands. The set-up uses real-time weather feeds to trigger a light show over the building in a one-of-a-kind art installation.
Citius - Altius - Fortius. Apart from reflecting the noble spirit of Olympic Games, these Latin words perfectly depict the state of things in our high-tech world. Faster connection. Higher involvement. Stronger leadership. And, strangely enough, in LED video displays industry as well. Front-serviceability and front-installability allow for faster assembling. The resolution gets higher with 4K and 8K already looming ahead. In addition, the visual effects that we are exposed to observing impressive installations are stronger than ever. The limits are pushed further, leaving onlookers thrilled with sizes impossible to ignore.
Chongqing city in Southwest China has got a new landmark as three sides of a 100 m tall skyscraper in Guanyin Bridge Pedestrian Street are wrapped with UMesh LED panels. With the total area of 3363 square meters, the media façade is stated to be the largest outdoor LED screen in Asia.