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 NCAA’s Final Four Weekend got an eight-faceted form of video support this year with GoVision assisting with LED screens above the basketball court. The Keller, Texas-based company also rolled its GoBigger unit to support related events outside the arena. GoVision, in partnership with the NCAA, configured eight 13.5-foot-by-24-foot Barco D7 LED screens to form the octagonal video wall. The display, suspended from the arena ceiling, presented a considerable rigging challenge with a combined weight of 92,980 pounds.

GoVision’s GoBigger at Bud Bowl ’09

Friday, 13 February 2009 by

Super Bowl XLIII gave an extra boost of energy to this year’s celebrations, including Bud Bowl ’09, where Keller, Texas-based GoVision LP’s “GoBigger” HD mobile LED unit tackled the challenge of giving 20,000-plus revelers a better view of performances by Snoop Dogg, Three Doors Down and other acts. With a 19-foot-by-33-foot screen, GoBigger is the largest HD mobile LED unit of its kind.

“A historic event of this magnitude deserves the biggest and best video production possible,” said Chris Curtis, CEO of GoVision. “We’re honored to be entrusted with this vital element of the inauguration once again, and look forward to giving the record-breaking crowd a front-row seat to all the festivities.” The event marks the second time GoVision (www.jumbo.tv), a leading provider of larger-than-life LED video walls and mobile units, has been chosen as the exclusive mobile video provider for the presidential inauguration ceremony. The company also provided four jumbo screens for President George W. Bush’s second inaugural ceremony in 2005.

A Keller company has big plans to be seen at Barack Obama’s inauguration on Jan. 20. The company itself won’t be the focus of attention, but their products will. GoVision LP of Keller will provide four high-resolution mobile video screens that will provide live feeds of the event to the crowd of spectators at the inauguration.

Talk about a smooth transition … GoVision (www.jumbo.tv) will complete a historic sweep on January 20, when its giant video screens tower over a raucous welcome-home rally for President George W. Bush in Midland, Texas. The festivities will mark the fourth in a series of major events that began in 2005 when GoVision’s larger-than-life mobile video units broadcast President Bush’s second inauguration ceremony to the crowds gathered along the National Mall.

Jumbo TV on the road to the Big Game

Thursday, 15 January 2009 by

Jumbo TV is not just a live simulcast of the Super Bowl outside of the stadium on incredible Jumbo-tron production vehicles, owned and operated by GoVision (www.Jumbo.TV), America’s premier Jumbo-tron Company. Jumbo TV is a fully-produced multi-camera live television-style variety show, leveraging entertainment, advertising, media and technology like never before. Introducing Takin’ it to the streets – On the Road to the The Big Game.

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.

GoVision Goes Bigger with New Staff

Tuesday, 02 September 2008 by

GoVision LP, a leading provider of larger-than-life LED video walls and mobile units, today announced the hiring of three professionals to support the company’s rapid growth and product line expansion.

You just knew one of the world’s largest and most powerful member organizations would put on a massive party to celebrate its 50th anniversary.

And when more than 10,000 AARP members gather for a rally and celebration on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Thursday, no one will have to strain their eyes to get a good view. The VIP speakers, guest entertainers and celebrities will appear larger-than-life thanks to two jumbo screens set-up near the steps of the memorial. The daylight-visible LED screens – provided by GoVision LP – offer state-of-the-art video quality and high-definition widescreen resolution.

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