Daktronics (NASDAQ: DAKT), in collaboration with audiovisual integrator High Country Low Voltage, recently completed the manufacturing and installation of a cutting-edge LED video wall at the boardroom of Ping Identity Corporation in Denver, Colorado. The state-of-the-art 1.9-millimeter direct-view LED (dvLED) video wall serves as a dynamic visual backdrop, enhancing the meeting space with capabilities such as supporting presentations, screen casting, video sharing, and facilitating hybrid meetings.
Jonathan Eubank, CEO and founder of High Country Low Voltage, expressed enthusiasm about providing Ping Identity with a visually stunning canvas for their all-hands space. The freestanding mount, combined with the Daktronics LED wall, created a unique and aesthetically pleasing setup against the backdrop of Denver’s cityscape.
The newly installed dvLED video wall boasts dimensions of approximately 7 feet in height and 12 feet in width, featuring a pixel spacing of 1.9 millimeters. This tight pixel configuration ensures high-resolution imagery with vibrant colors, exceptional depth, and optimal visibility, even for viewers in close proximity to the display.
To achieve this customized installation, High Country Low Voltage partnered with A/V mounting solutions provider B-Tech, who designed a bespoke floor stand frame for mounting the LED video wall. The collaboration between these companies highlights the importance of tailored solutions to meet the unique requirements of corporate spaces.
As corporate campuses increasingly leverage technology to transform workspaces into dynamic environments, the adoption of single-canvas, non-bezel video walls becomes a distinguishing feature for corporate headquarters. These installations contribute to creating positive and memorable experiences for both customers and employees from the moment they enter the facility.
Daktronics offers a comprehensive line of narrow pixel pitch LED displays, ranging from 2.5-millimeters down to 0.7-millimeter pixel spacings. This product range opens up expansive possibilities for spaces traditionally associated with LCD technology, allowing the creation of luxurious and immersive environments, the display of artistic digital content, and the showcasing of detailed, high-quality video.