We have had an incredibly busy month with some amazing projects that we were really excited to work on. Our products have been involved in television adverts, conferences and international automotive shows, with a range of video wall, ultra-large format and LED being used to complete a range of live events. We have even seen a first for PSCo’s brand new Absen M2.9 LED. Here are some of our top jobs this month:
It was a big month for our Samsung video wall range, with our UE46D and UE55D ultra-narrow bezel video walls used to create twelve canvases for a multi-room private medical conference at the Tobacco Dock. To complete the project, a show stopping nineteen Samsung ME95C 95” ultra-large format displays were also used.
Our most popular product in March was the Absen A3 Pro 3.9mm LED with one of our biggest projects ever using a massive 1,000 panels to create a show-stopping display.
We also saw our 3.9mm Edge 90 LED corner cabinet used with the A3 Pro to create a flown cube, creating real impact at a travel conference in London.
We had two hero displays at the prestigious Geneva Motor show - one of the biggest events in the European automotive calendar - using the Absen A3 Pro 3.9mm LED, and the very first outing for the newest addition to the PSCo rental fleet, the M2.9 2.9mm curved LED.
While we can’t talk about all of our jobs, we are very excited to be able to talk about our project with Framestore. This exciting project was unlike any other before, and included a whopping 354 panels of Absen A3 Pro 3.9mm LED.
We worked with Framestore to create one large LED wall and eight individual totems for a television advert that will be released in America. Their brief was to create a range of displays to showcase one piece of video content that would be spread across the totems. LED suited perfectly for this project as it can be scaled to any shape and size to fit the brief.
Framestore needed to ensure that the screen worked well under camera, so visited the PSCo Assessment Centre to test the screens. PSCo arranged a test-build of an individual totem in the exact sizing that they would require in order to replicate the project. As part of this, Framestore tested the frame rates and the how the colour would display on the screen. They also tested features such as the aspect ratio and ensured that they could set up the camera functions prior to the shoot day.
As well as the full day of testing, PSCo worked with Framestore on multiple conference calls and meetings to ensure that we could provide the best possible solution and meet their requirements.
The final project involved one large wall at the back of the room composed of 162 panels in an 18 x 9 panel formation, making a grand 9 x 4.5 metre canvas. Sat in front of the wall were eight totems of differing sizes which helped create a depth of field – crucial to the end users pitch/ concept.
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