GoVision is “once again operating at the cutting edge of LED technology” with the recent introduction of 2mm tiles “designed to significantly enhance the viewing experience at indoor events,” according to a company press release.
The 2.6mm SMD-Indoor panels “offer true 4K resolution at manageable sizes (up to 32 feet by 18 feet) as well as true HD resolution at minimal sizes (16 feet by 9 feet),” according to the GoVision announcement.
“The Black Body SMD products offer vivid picture quality and versatile durability, making them the perfect solution for indoor staging and production, concerts, conventions and expos and corporate meetings and events,” according to the press release.
“We are constantly searching for ways to enhance the LED solutions we offer to our clients, and these new 2mm tiles allow us to push the envelope even further at indoor events,” said Scott McKinnon, executive vice president of sales and marketing for GoVision.
“These new panels will support our continued growth in the indoor show space and enable us to offer the most advanced technology on the planet to live performers, convention planners, corporate meeting managers and others,” said McKinnon.
The 2mm tiles are lightweight, weighing 18.74 lbs. per panel, which reduces the rigging required. The 2mm Tiles tiles feature up to 14-bit grey scale, offering clear contrast at a lower brightness, and flicker-free refresh frequency up to 3,840 Hz.
The panels are constructed with a natural curvature at +/- 5 degrees, with adjustable locks, which allows them to be configured in convex and concave designs. They enable both rear and front serviceability, easy module replacement and quick-swap capabilities for power/data supply.
“Our 2.6mm SMD-Indoor panels display incredible still images as well as vivid film and video resolution, and we couldn’t be more excited about the creative possibilities they present to our talented team,” said McKinnon.
GoVision has been involved in major installation, including Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia, Donald Trump’s inauguration as president and the Battle of Bristol college football game at Bristol Motor Speedway.