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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.

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.

digiTHIN LED display welcomes visitors in stunning new offices

 

One of the latest digiTHIN installations can now be found located in the main reception of the prestigious No.1 Spinningfields building in Manchester.

Schroders Real Estate has just refurbished its last vacant floor at No.1 Spinningfields, along with unveiling its groundbreaking new digiTHIN HD 2mm screen in the ground floor reception.

ISE 2020 and the outstanding digiTHIN LED screen on display

Thanks to everyone who made it to ISE, surprisingly more of you than we had thought and it was great to see old friends again and meet new ones.

If you did make it then you’ll have seen our amazing 6k 1.5mm digiTHIN screen on display.

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

LED Screens in a dirty old town – Tom Mudd

When changing LED tiles in screens that are located in urban areas, it’s easy to see how polluted the environment we live in can be. Dirt, dust and construction ash all tend to accumulate on the LED screen faces and you may wonder why this doesn’t have more of a detrimental effect on the viewing characteristics.