(from Success Magazine) – In this issue, I’m sharing some technology insight from my friend Chris Curtis. Chris is the founder and president of GoVision, which provides mobile, modular LED systems for everything from sporting events, concerts and festivals to corporate events and conventions.

As thousands of music fans streamed into Dallas’ historic Cotton Bowl stadium Saturday for the inaugural H2O Music Festival, they were greeted by three massive LED video screens engulfing the stage. The modular video walls, provided
by Argyle-based GoVision, ensured that every seat in the house had a larger-than-life view.

Panasonic Eco Solutions North America and GoVision LP announced today that they are joining forces in the LED video screen rental market to expand the modular LED board business. As the first step, GoVision has entered into a long-term agreement to effectively double its rental inventory of state-of-the-art modular LED video screens

Golf fans attending this week’s HP Byron Nelson Championship won’t have to strain to see their favorite players thanks to the Texas-size LED video screens stationed around the TPC Four Seasons Resort.

Call it the ultimate man cave. A 15-by-34-foot Panasonic LED video wall sits in the warehouse offices of GoVision, an Argyle company that rents truck-mounted video screens and larger modular video walls to sporting events, festivals and block parties across the country.

The PGA of America is installing a record number of video boards at Medinah for the Ryder Cup, including one giant screen that literally will rise up from the pond on the 15th hole.

An epic-size concert merits an epic-size LED screen. So when TCG Productions and CBS Radio bring the Arena-size Broadway-style “Do You Hear the People Sing” show to the American Airlines Center tomorrow night, music fans are assured of seeing the performers as well as they can hear them.

More than 1,500 New Year’s Eve revelers in Dallas, TX, texted in photos and toasts that were shared on screens sponsored by Korbel sparkling wine.

Next time you visit Cowboys Stadium, the New Years’ Eve celebration in downtown Dallas or a local music festival, check out the large video screens. Chances are they were created by Flower Mound resident Chris Curtis and his company.

Latin pop stars Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull provided the pulsing beat and hit songs that rocked Cowboys Stadium during the annual Thanksgiving Day halftime show last week. But the stunning visual effects were made possible by a North Texas company with a flair for the dramatic.

Loyal TCU fans and alumni that won’t be making the trek to Idaho for Saturday’s showdown with the Boise State Broncos have another festive option much closer to home. And GoVision is making sure everyone gets a great view of the
action.

JCPenney is no stranger to glitzy new product launches and dramatic unveilings. So when it came time for the grand opening of its new, state-of-the-art store in Dallas, the leading national retailer decided to add some sizzle to the occasion.

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