(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.

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.

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.

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.

Go larger than life. That’s how LED screen provider Chris Curtis, president of GoVision and Innovation Impact Award honoree, does business every day. His company provides larger-than-life mobile LED walls with high definition screens for large and small special events.

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.

The biggest screens

Sunday, 31 October 2010 by

October was a strong month for GoVision, a seven-year-old Argyle company that leases giant TVs and video screens and trucks them to clients nationwide. The company, which leased one of its 9-foot by 16-foot GoBig units to CBS Radio for World Series game-watching at J. Gilligan’s Bar and Grill in Arlington, did at least 56 events in October.

GoVision Expands Management Team

Tuesday, 12 October 2010 by

GoVision L.P., a leading provider of larger-than-life LED video walls and mobile units, today announced a significant addition to its executive team. Scott McKinnon, an 18-year veteran with several global technology companies, has joined the company as Vice President and Partner. McKinnon, a proven leader in sales, marketing and operational oversight, was recruited to oversee all aspects of GoVision’s sales and marketing activities, as well as serving in a key management role on both day-to-day and strategic operations of the company.

GoVision has provided big LED screens for events ranging from inaugurations to the NCAA’s Final Four. There was no shortage of LED video gear on display at the celebration for the opening of their new headquarters facility in Argyle, either, which brought about 350 people to watch the Cowboys play their regular season opening game.

More than 350 guests treated to music, football on seven giant screens ARGYLE, TX (September 16) – GoVision has provided massive LED screens for some of the world’s biggest events, from Presidential inaugurations to NCAA Final Fours. So they can be forgiven for overdoing it a bit when they hosted more than 350 people for

Chris Curtis is playing a large role in the upcoming inauguration. In sheer physics, it’s probably the largest.

His company is providing jumbo television screens that will enable the throngs crammed around the Capitol Building in Washington, and others in Chicago’s Grant Park and at the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tenn., to see the historic swearing-in of Barack Obama.