For venues that can’t accommodate large, elaborate LED screens due to weight-load restrictions and rigging constraints, GoVision announced it has introduced its new 10mm CF tiles that it says are “the lightest LED tiles in the world, weighing in at just 10 pounds each.” The ultra-light GoVision 10mm CF tiles are now on display at

For more than a decade, GoVision has provided Texas Motor Speedway with the most advanced LED video technology on the market to ensure that its giant crowds have the best possible views of the races, concerts and other major events held there.

100th Anniversary National Scout Jamboree honored with Excellence in Live Design Award DALLAS, TX (May 10, 2011) – Corporate Magic, the messaging architects behind some of the most spectacular events on the business calendar each year, today was named a winner of the 4th Annual Excellence in Live Design Awards, sponsored by Live Design magazine.

The Dallas Cowboys’ colossal new stadium is renowned for many things, including the world’s largest HD video screen suspended 90 ft. above the playing field. But the first screens the crowds see as they approach the glittering venue are some of the eight new Daktronics LED displays that tower over the outdoor plazas.
The massive displays – each larger than the biggest screen at Texas Stadium, the team’s former home – are the centerpieces of a unique alliance between the Cowboys and GoVision (www.jumbo.tv), a supplier of turnkey mobile LED units and customized modular LED walls.

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.

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.

A Keller-based company is giving more than a million people a larger-than-life view of the upcoming inauguration. GoVision is teaming up with Daktronics to provide four giant mobile video screens for the historic event, including the largest mobile high-definition screen in the world. The screens will be displayed on each side of the stage where President-elect Barack Obama will take the oath of office.

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