Working with Daktronics and GoVision, a Texas-based AV rental company, the Cowboys incorporated a complete set of Daktronics PST-12HD modular displays into the stadium’s vast outdoor plazas to keep spectators entertained and informed throughout the season. The lightweight, portable design of the displays has allowed the Cowboys to enjoy the qualities of a fixed installation while also reaping the benefits of their portability, raising rental revenue during the offseason with one-off projects via GoVision.

While thousands of media representatives from around the world are soaking up the sights across South Florida this week, they’ll also get a heapin’ helpin’ of Texas glitz along the way. That’s because the North Texas Super Bowl Host Committee has set up a giant booth in the Super Bowl Media Center that’s impossible to miss.
With a major assist from partners GoVision, Daktronics, CorporateMagic and Todd Events, the committee is generating buzz with its Texas-size booth modeled after the new Cowboys Stadium in Arlington. The exhibition space features scaled-down replicas of the stadium’s two massive support arches and its iconic center-hung LED screen.

The Cowboy Way

Thursday, 15 October 2009 by

Eight portable Daktronics screens, which the Cowboys bought to use in plazas outside the stadium, will be rented out to other events through a revenue-sharing deal the team signed with GoVision, a Texas-based firm.

The Dallas Cowboys’ colossal new stadium is renowned for many things, including the world’s largest HD video screen suspended 90 ft. above the playing field. But the first screens the crowds see as they approach the glittering venue are some of the eight new Daktronics LED displays that tower over the outdoor plazas.
The massive displays – each larger than the biggest screen at Texas Stadium, the team’s former home – are the centerpieces of a unique alliance between the Cowboys and GoVision (, a supplier of turnkey mobile LED units and customized modular LED walls.

The North Texas Super Bowl Host Committee told production group CorporateMagic to “blow everyone’s mind” with a press event announcing North Texas’ plans for hosting Super Bowl XLV, set for the first weekend in Feb. 2010. Along with NFL standouts and 50 North Texas mayors, the event featured a video wall supplied by GoVision.

GoVision’s screen, made from 98 modular tiles of Barco NX-4, formed a 21-foot-by-12-foot video wall and provided visuals of many of the sites that will play a role during next year’s football championship.

The NCAA’s Final Four Weekend got an eight-faceted form of video support this year with GoVision assisting with LED screens above the basketball court. The Keller, Texas-based company also rolled its GoBigger unit to support related events outside the arena. GoVision, in partnership with the NCAA, configured eight 13.5-foot-by-24-foot Barco D7 LED screens to form the octagonal video wall. The display, suspended from the arena ceiling, presented a considerable rigging challenge with a combined weight of 92,980 pounds.

Heavy rain couldn’t extinguish the IGNITE Passion, Compassion, Justice festival, one of the Southwest’s biggest Christian music festivals recently. The soggy conditions also failed to short-circuit the wide-screen LED visuals provided by Keller, Texas-based GoVision. Staged at Burleson High School, the event featured a lineup that included Chris Tomlin, The David Crowder Band, Flyleaf and Sanctus Real. Special guests included Kirk Cameron, Francis Chan, Bethany Hoang and Zach Hunter.

The crowds that gathered recently for one of the Southwest’s biggest Christian music festivals — the IGNITE Passion, Compassion, Justice festival — were treated to a massive Daktronics video display with the video units and related production elements provided by Keller, Texas-based GoVision, a supplier of turnkey mobile LED screens and customized modular LED walls. Behind the performers stood a massive, three-screen video wall that gave concert-goers an extraordinary widescreen view of the acts throughout the day-long event. The LED wall included the giant 19-by-33-foot “GoBigger” unit — the world’s largest high-resolution mobile video screen — in between two brand new 9-by-16-foot modular Daktronics PST-12HD LED displays.

Rain-soaked crowds gathered for one of the Southwest’s biggest Christian music festivals were treated to a massive Daktronics (Nasdaq-DAKT) LED video display that would put most major rock concerts to shame. The IGNITE Passion, Compassion, Justice festival lined up a stellar list of performers and made sure attendees at the outdoor event had a great view of the acts no matter where they stood on the Burleson High School grounds.

GoVision’s GoBigger at Bud Bowl ’09

Friday, 13 February 2009 by

Super Bowl XLIII gave an extra boost of energy to this year’s celebrations, including Bud Bowl ’09, where Keller, Texas-based GoVision LP’s “GoBigger” HD mobile LED unit tackled the challenge of giving 20,000-plus revelers a better view of performances by Snoop Dogg, Three Doors Down and other acts. With a 19-foot-by-33-foot screen, GoBigger is the largest HD mobile LED unit of its kind.

A Keller company has big plans to be seen at Barack Obama’s inauguration on Jan. 20. The company itself won’t be the focus of attention, but their products will. GoVision LP of Keller will provide four high-resolution mobile video screens that will provide live feeds of the event to the crowd of spectators at the inauguration.

Jumbo TV on the road to the Big Game

Thursday, 15 January 2009 by

Jumbo TV is not just a live simulcast of the Super Bowl outside of the stadium on incredible Jumbo-tron production vehicles, owned and operated by GoVision (www.Jumbo.TV), America’s premier Jumbo-tron Company. Jumbo TV is a fully-produced multi-camera live television-style variety show, leveraging entertainment, advertising, media and technology like never before. Introducing Takin’ it to the streets – On the Road to the The Big Game.