GoVision Is the Life of the Party

Friday, 29 August 2014 by

Back in the spring of 2006, a nasty storm blew through the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Among the damage it caused was the annihilation of a manual scoreboard at the Las Colinas site of what’s now the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship. This was the Saturday before the tourney was supposed to tee off. Help arrived in the form of Chris Curtis, president and founder of GoVision, an Argyle-based company that rents out large digital displays.

(from Live Design) In addition to the performance stage video and lighting for the first-ever H2O Music Festival, designer Stefan Beese and his team at RE:BE Design had to outfit the entire festival scene, including towers, a Mio sponsor gear bar and seating area, VIP section, and more.

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.

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 key feature of this event will be GoVision and its GO BIG unit. GO BIG is a custom-built, 40-foot mobile unit that features a 9 foot by 16 foot LED screen that can be raised 15 feet and rotated 360 degrees.

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