When the world tunes in for the swearing-in of President Barack Obama on Monday, five enormous mobile LED screens provided by Texas-based GoVision will be impossible to miss. The video walls – including the world’s largest high-definition mobile LED unit – will be strategically positioned on both sides of the U.S. Capitol’s steps, and at the head of the National Mall to ensure that the massive crowd will enjoy a larger-than-life view of the historic moment.

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.

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.

GoVision, one of the nation’s premier suppliers of turnkey mobile LED units and customized modular LED walls, erected the tallest portable LED screen ever built, which towered over the main stage. At more than 60 feet high and 18 feet wide, the Brookings, S.D. built display from Daktronics, was so massive that 26,000 gallons of water and 76,000 pounds of concrete were needed as ballast to keep the 100 LED panels from falling forward.

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