NanoLumens, headquartered in Norcross, Georgia, U.S.A., designed and engineered a completely customized NanoCurve display for the Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino in Lenmoore, California.
The screen was installed by JCM Global, a transaction technologies supplier for the banking, retail, kiosk and gaming industries.
The curved video solution is placed in the main hall and perfectly fits the shape of the column it is installed upon. Measuring 6.4 m high by 11 m wide, it is visible throughout the entire Casino. The display is composed of 1,517 Nixels, i. e. patented building blocks of NanoLumens’ LED displays and houses more than 776,700 pixels.
Being comparable to a 13.5 m diagonal flat screen TV, the display is claimed to be the biggest curved video screen in North America. “It is certainly the largest 16:9 non-faceted indoor curved video wall that we have ever installed. It can be seen from virtually every angle inside the resort’s Casino” commented NanoLumens Vice President of Marketing and Business Development Nate Remmes.
The installation was timed to be ready for the Super Bowl XLIX game, which is the biggest television event of the year. The game was played on February 1, 2015, at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.