Who’d have thought you’d need to hang more video screens in the middle of Cowboys Stadium? Yet that’s exactly what GoVision is doing for the 2013 NCAA® Men’s Basketball Tournament South Regionals to be held March 29-31.

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.

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.

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.

To many die-hard University of Texas fans, Head Coach Mack Brown is a “larger-than-life” figure. To the television crews and reporters covering the Big 12 Football Media Days this week in Dallas, every coach in the conference appeared out-sized, thanks to the massive LED video backdrop provided by GoVision.

You just knew Mark Cuban would pull out all the stops when his Dallas Mavericks finally earned their first world championship. So it comes as no surprise that when Dirk Nowitzki, Jason Kidd, Jason Terry and the rest of the NBA champions rode through downtown Dallas on their way to the American Airlines Center, the world’s largest mobile high-definition LED screen was there to make certain every fan had a great view of the celebration.

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.

When you wait nearly four decades to celebrate postseason success, much less your first World Series berth, it’s easy to see why you’d want to extend the storybook season as long as possible. Which is why the Texas Rangers hosted a fan-appreciation rally in Arlington just days after losing the 2010 World Series to the San Francisco Giants.

“You gotta see this,” Ford said earlier Wednesday, offering a Madden-esque description of the 9-by-16-foot TV that CBS Radio leased from GoVision of Argyle and was rolling onto his lot. “It’s like a beer truck, except that, where the beer would be, there’s a TV.”

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.

Groundbreaking ceremonies can be fairly lackluster affairs, especially when the primary visual is a big hole in the earth. But organizers of the official unveiling of Dallas’ Museum Tower – the new centerpiece of the Dallas Arts District – found a way to bring the soon-to-be-iconic structure to life in spectacular fashion: By running graphic simulations of the 42-story building’s construction and artist’s renderings on the world’s largest mobile high-definition LED screen.