Ci gets a name for itself in Brisbane by installing exceptional indoor LED display screens
Measuring 3.659mm wide by 2058mm high, this glorious LED beauty now graces the walls of Telstra in Brisbane city. It is yet another example of how fine pitch LED display is changing the view of the world.
JLL discover the joy of floor to ceiling LED
JLL in Brisbane have discovered how an architecturally appropriate floor to ceiling LED screen with interesting content can really lift the mood. This screen has transformed their reception area into something special.
Red Energy's new foyer shows how it's done
Red Energy's refurbishment of the Bryant & May factory in Richmond Victoria is an impressive achievement. So too is what they have done in the building foyer. Here is giant LED display screen deployed at an impressive scale and in dimensions that are sympathetic to the architecture.
How they have gone about creating screen content for it is also impressive. Special footage has been produced that helps to identify the Red Energy brand with the area, and thanks to Ci's content management system this content can be readily tailored to the shape of the display. If anyone wants an object lesson in how to succesfully put such a screen to good use, Red Energy is a great place to start.
Make reception areas more interesting with LED display
All around the world, tighter pixel pitch LED displays are helping make reception areas more interesting places to be. With the right screen and content management system you can provide some engaging visual experiences without breaking the bank. Take a video tour of the sort of thing on offer, displayed here on a 1.9mm pitch screen Ci recently installed in Melbourne.