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FLY LDN brings the outdoors in with digiTHIN

“I did yoga in front of a giant nature screen and it was chill AF”

Tori Crowther, Pop Sugar

E-Stream Communications has integrated a full HD LED screen into FLY LDN, a yoga studio based in London.

The dark studio space has been lit up by their huge digiTHIN HD2600 screen, and with its vivid, brilliant images and outstanding contrasts it gives a very real and immersive feeling to the serene landscapes that are being showcased.

Video display sector to become fourth largest AV market by 2018

A recent InfoComm International report published suggests that the video display sector is set to climb one place to become the fourth largest AV market field by 2018, replacing the current holders of that position, video projection.

Conducted by the industry body, in collaboration with information, analytics and solutions organisation IHS Markit, the InfoComm Outlook and Trends Analysis (IOTA) project examined detailed figures collected from a sample of key vendors, and sourced buyer-side data from segments including: broadcast media, education, the government, hospitality, retail, plus security surveillance.

High brightness & engaging content entices shoppers – Jon Perkins

A recent Microsoft report suggests that the average human loses concentration after only eight seconds – a four-second decrease from the start of the century. To put this into some sort of context, goldfish, with an attention span of nine seconds, have now eclipsed us.

GoVision slam dunks its way to success with digiLED Toura6

In collaboration with GoVision, our premier commercial partner, digiLED Toura6 LED modules presented all the action at the 2017 NCAA Final Four held at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona earlier this month.

The LED screens erected for the four-day basketball event comprised digiLED’s Toura6 modules which were used in GoVision’s previous award-winning project, Colossus TV – the world’s largest, four-sided, centre-hung outdoor display, located at Bristol Motor Speedway, Tennessee.

Large LED video display in Japanese retail store window

digiLED has supplied a giant LED screen measuring 110 square metres in the window of a Samantha Thavasa store in Japan.

The high-resolution retail screen comprises digiLED Stella-M range of LED modules, which are designed for superb performance and precise engineering for fixed installations.

Digital screens have evolved over the last 80 years – Tom Mudd

On November 2, 1936, the British Broadcasting Corporation launched the first regular high-definition television service in the UK, broadcasting live from Alexandra Palace, London. The term ‘high-definition’ was used for this pioneering service in the 1930s, in comparison with earlier systems that were based on mechanical processes with as few as 30 lines of resolution – this has since been adopted again more recently to describe the new generation of communications media that display a substantially higher resolution than that of its predecessors.

Record number of LED Screens on display at the Ryder Cup 2016

The first day of the Ryder Cup is about to begin, the sun is out, and the digiLED Toura 6 screens are looking pretty good so far. Good luck to both teams! #sittingsafelyonthefence

Case Study: Ryder Cup 2016

digiLED take a break from LED screens for a few hours to hit the Thames

Much fun had by all on the most recent digiLED team day out – and thankfully digiLED are better at installing LED screens than they are driving boats…

 

 

The outdoor LED Screen market as seen by Graham Burgess, CEO of digiLED

Read the opinions of our CEO, Graham Burgess, on the outdoor LED screen market in InAVate Magazine:

 

 

The largest outdoor centre hung LED screen in the World makes the front page

Colossus TV was centre stage at our booth at InfoComm 2016 this year, and because it is such a record breaking success, AV magazine have made it front page news.

Read the article here

Colossus TV, the largest centre hung LED Screen display in the world, is unleashed!

The phenomenal Colossus TV, the worlds largest centre hung LED display at Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee, has now gone live.

This gargantuan structure has four sides, each with a huge digiLED Toura 6mm LED screen measuring 19.2 metres wide by 9 metres high.

A ‘Big LED screen’ will never be the same for me again – Tom Mudd

I have spent my entire career working on “big” screens but after Colossus, the latest project with GoVision using digiLED Toura 6mm and being installed at Bristol Motor Speedway, I’m seriously going to have to re-evaluate quite what the “big” means.