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Light Emitting Diode (LED) is a type of visual technology that can be explained as a series of miniature lights. Much like pixels on a digital screen, each light forms a building block of the overall image. The end result is a large, bright, and visually striking medium that enables images, videos, and messages to draw and hold attention. Since there is always a need for captive audiences, LED wall systems are put to use across a number of different events.
LED walls are best analogized as high-tech billboards. As you might imagine, this gives them myriad potential applications. Any one of the following events can make use of an LED wall:
LED walls are far from the only type of visual technology available, so it is understandable if people wonder why they should use LED in favour of conventional screens or even a normal billboard. The answer is that LED walls are capable of a level of customization and flexibility that few other visual technology options can match.
“Flexibility,” by the way, is meant both literally and figuratively here. LED screens can be used to create truly engaging and imaginative designs from wrap-around “goal posts” to truss towers to stage backdrops and more. You can get customized LED banners to curve around a booth, chain together smaller screens to create massive, unified images, and more.
Regardless of how many screens you use or what type, LED walls can be controlled from a single computer. This reduces the hassle of coordinating and managing the screens in use by your event and makes it easy to change displays on the fly.