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.

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.

More than 72,000 Boy Scouts and adult leaders recently gathered at Fort A.P. Hill, Va., July 26 – August 4, for the 100th Anniversary National Scout Jamboree – a once-in-a-lifetime event that was truly a century in the making. Just touching the tip of the Jamboree’s uncountable highlights, the main stage featured the tallest portable Daktronics LED video display built to date, in addition to the appearance of Miss America 2010, Caressa Cameron, and 10 fun-filled days of adventure, friendship and unforgettable memories, said the company.

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.