PixelFLEX, a leading provider of flexible and lightweight LED video screens, will showcase its growing line of innovative LED Curtains at LDI 2012 in Las Vegas (Booth 2135). After the successful launch of its initial 20mm video screen at last year’s LDI Show, PixelFLEX has expanded its product offerings to include 18mm, 30mm, 50mm and 100mm screens – providing a variety of video display solutions to meet any and all live event needs.
Easy to operate and set up – videos and images can be sent to the screen using any computer with a DVI-D connection – PixelFLEX LED Curtains are available from low resolution to high resolution, allowing users to demonstrate simple effects or elaborate videos. Each typical screen panel is approximately 8x4, but modifications can be made easily to meet specific needs – panels can be attached together with PixelFLEX’s proprietary quicklock system.
Flexible in all directions, PixelFLEX LED Curtains are able to bend and shape around structures for a more creative display effect and can be stored in a single road case to simplify shipping. This flexibility, in combination with the product’s extraordinary light weight – PixelFLEX LED Curtains range from 4.5 lbs to 19.9 lbs per square meter, which is 60 to 90 percent less than most other LED video screens – provides substantial savings on transportation costs.
“Earlier this year, we used PixelFLEX’s LED Curtain at one of the largest trade shows in the country to attract attention to our exhibit and the results were exceptional,” said Corky Seeber, president of Small Tree, designers of cost-effective, Ethernet-based shared storage solutions. “The LED Curtain enabled us to have a very dynamic presentation making our booth easier to find for attendees and thus, brought more potential customers to us.”
Many well-known performers, such as musicians Rascal Flatts, TobyMac and Skillet, and Luke Bryan currently use the PixelFLEX LED Curtain to enhance their live performances with sharp video and effects. The company’s video display solution has also been used by Jimmy Kimmel Live and Joel Osteen, one of the country’s most well-known ministry leaders.