LED News

digiLED team has a day out of the office

Lots of fun was had yesterday on the river, and great to have the UK and Europe team together to enjoy a well deserved day out 🙂

The Big Picture, by Graham Burgess

Here We Go Again

Local news from Shenzhen at the end of last week was of another lock down as China continues to follow it’s “Zero Covid” policy.  The policy is increasingly unpopular as locals complain about the lack of “casualties” from Covid and attribute the policy to President Xi’s determination not to lose face before the CCP Congress and the “elections” for the Presidency in the Autumn.

Creative venue in Tokyo lights up with new LED screens

digiLED Japan have just completed their first installations in eSports worldwide.

The displays are located in RED° TOKYO TOWER, which is situated at the base of the iconic Tokyo Tower. This is Japan’s largest eSports park, massing a total size of approximately 5,600sqm and offers everything from esports to board games.

We’re hiring :-)

It’s exciting times at digiLED, we’ve smashed our targets to have our biggest ever year and we’re recruiting to keep up this momentum.

If you need a new challenge and have experience of the LED screen business, or related AV industries in sales, project management, technical or logistics then send your CV to vacancy@digiled.com.

Creative LED clock helps Londoners keep time

digiTILE Q was used for this super-creative installation just outside Paddington Station in London by The White Wall for Martin Baas Studio recently. Watch it in action here:

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Parx Casino in Philadelphia and the evolution of its digiLED screen installations

In 2009, Twitter had recently appeared on the scene, Bitcoin had just been invented by the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto.

The same year, at Parx Casino – a thoroughbred horse racing venue and the largest casino gaming complex in Pennsylvania, digiLED installed three giant screens on the roof of the casino and one at the race track.

As NAB closes, thanks for visiting!

The live broadcast events exhibition in Vegas, NAB 2022, has come to a close, and we’d like to thank those who were able to pop by to say hello. It was great to be back at a real live show! Get in touch to find out more about the perfect screen for your broadcast studio installation.

The Big Picture, by Graham Burgess

Our industry trade shows are a hot topic of conversation as we head into a period where 3 major events; The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) and InfoComm, all fall in within a six week window.

Traditionally, we exhibit at NAB, with partners DVG, FX and TVOne featuring the latest in newsroom visuals with the design and integration of high resolution LED screens.

Cleveland Cavaliers Stunning LED screen Power Portal

The Cleveland Cavaliers’ sports stadium in Ohio, USA recently reinvigorated its venue with a $185 million investment. Central to the transformation was a first of its kind ‘Power Portal’ – a fully immersive entrance tunnel, covered floor to ceiling in 204 sqm of 2.6mm digiLED panels, amounting to a jaw-dropping 31 million pixels.

The Big Picture, by Graham Burgess

China Zero COVID Policy – Complications

It would appear that the LED industry has a significant problem about to hit us!

Shenzhen is to go into lock down with subways, buses and public transport generally shutting down, shops are empty and closing/closed, restaurants are closing and all Shenzhen residents instructed to stay at home, the initial expectation is that this will be for 2 weeks.

digiLED Screen Wows Passers By At Italian Retail Mall

Another installation at Galleria Commerciale Porta di Roma in Italy that we’re very proud of – high fidelity colour reproduction was key to this project as the screen needed to identically match the physical banner tower, to ensure advertisers logos were perfect, whilst also meeting the ultrawide viewing angles needed for a screen that runs parallel to the walkway underneath.

The Big Picture, by Graham Burgess

Another COVID-hit Chinese New Year

As we approach the Lunar New Year, it is clear that the celebrations in China will again differ from the norm.

Our Shenzhen based team are resigned to being unable to travel back to their hometowns to celebrate the Spring Festival as they would normally do.