Loyal TCU fans and alumni that won’t be making the trek to Idaho for Saturday’s showdown with the Boise State Broncos have another festive option much closer to home. And GoVision is making sure everyone gets a great view of the

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.

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

GoVision L.P., a leading provider of larger-than-life LED video walls and mobile units, today announced two important new additions to its headquarters staff. Adam Vahl brings more than eight years of experience in large-screen video display and production with Daktronics, Inc., to his new position as Video Technician for GoVision. Vahl’s technical skills and expertise will bolster the company’s production team both on-site at key events, and at the home office.

This weekend’s Final Four will offer a first for fans inside Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. GoVision will construct a massive octagonal LED center-hung scoreboard comprising 15- x 28-ft. Daktronics HD12 video screens. Besides being the largest portable center-hung scoreboard ever assembled, it hints at a new scoreboard-related revenue stream because, during the NFL season, it can be seen entertaining fans in the plaza area outside Cowboys Stadium.

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 feet above the playing field. But the first screens the crowds see as they approach the glittering venue are some of the eight new Daktronics (Nasdaq-DAKT) LED displays that tower over the outdoor plazas.

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.

FORT WORTH, TEXAS (June 4, 2009) – Whether you were standing along the fairways at the 13th hole or headed to lunch in downtown Fort Worth, you didn’t have to strain to see your favorite players during the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial last weekend. That’s because no fewer than five Texas-size LED video screens

When the North Texas Super Bowl Host Committee wants to make an announcement, it’s not inclined to understatement. So it was no surprise that some of the greatest players in NFL history and more than 50 mayors from across the area shared the stage with a massive video wall that left no doubt about North Texas’ plans for Super Bowl XLV. This is going to be big!