(from PLSN) – Argyle, Texas-based GoVision was chosen as the LED video screen provider for the Ryder Cup, including the tournament, opening/closing ceremonies and gala event. The company has experience providing video solutions for a variety of indoor and outdoor events, from concerts to festivals, trade shows to golf tournaments.

(from Live Design) Designer Stefan Beese of RE:BE Design and his team took on production design for the inaugural H2O Music Festival, with six weeks to plan and execute the entire event.

(from Live Design) In addition to the performance stage video and lighting for the first-ever H2O Music Festival, designer Stefan Beese and his team at RE:BE Design had to outfit the entire festival scene, including towers, a Mio sponsor gear bar and seating area, VIP section, and more.

(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.

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.

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.

You’ve seen their products at sporting events, Presidential Inaugurations, concerts, commencements, even the 100th anniversary of the Boy Scouts Jamboree. Those monstrous L.E.D. (Light Emitting Diode) screens that display your favorite athletes, artists, daughters and sons are produced and brought to you in Hi-Def by GoVision.

In early May, the banks of the Cumberland River overflowed, resulting in an unprecedented flooding of the city of Nashville and its premier resort, the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center. Six months later, thousands of meeting planners, convention organizers, travel industry leaders and dignitaries gathered here to celebrate the grand reopening of the Gaylord

Recent news stories and features on GoVision around the web.

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Choosing Video Displays Wisely

Wednesday, 03 November 2010 by

With the proliferation of LED video products in the market today, how does a live event production company even begin the daunting task of finding the right product for their applications? After all, distinguishing quality products from those that merely appear to be is no simple proposition.