LED Screen Rentals. has more than 20-years experience producing professional video graphics and audio capability including full service mobile L.E.D trailer advertising and broadcasting for any event or advertising need. Broadcast live events and satellite feeds of any kind including, but not limited to sports events, concerts, golf tournaments, charity events, car sales, boat sales. home sales, retail and holiday advertising…
the possibilities are endless!
We offer several different options to suit your needs. Custom led video display that raises 20-feet up including generator, A/C, dual computers, satellite dish, high-end computer generating software, internet connection and video mixers. Rental systems come with satellite dish broadcasting, audio speakers, Internet broadcasting capabilities and graphic ad creations capabilities.
Affordable daily and weekly rates with financing available.
We build all of our screens here in U.S.A meaning that if your screen needs repair we can fix it within a matter of days not months like our competitors.
U.S. researchers said on many articles they have found a way to make large-scale flexible display screens that can be stretched to fit the contours of a bus yet are transparent enough so riders can see out windows.The thin, light screens might be used to make brake light indicators that follow the contours of a car, or health monitors or imaging devices that wrap around a patient like a blanket, said John Rogers of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, whose study appears in the journal Science. He said the large display screens combine the scale and durability of light-emitting diodes, or LED technology, used to make flat, lighted billboards, with the flexibility of screens made using organic carbon-containing materials."If you look at these giant billboard displays along the road side, those are made out of inorganic light emitting diodes (LEDs). Our feeling is those systems are quite impressive," Rogers said in a telephone interview. "The question became is it possible to take that technology and use it in a non-billboard format."Rogers said current technology using inorganic materials produces chunky individual LED lights that need to be arranged piecemeal with a robotic arm. Screens made using organic materials can be sprayed or painted onto a film surface, but they are not as bright or durable, he said. To solve this challenge, researchers built their LEDs on a thin layer of film later dissolved by a chemical and then affixed tiny plastic tabs on two corners to ensure the LEDs did not wash away in the chemical bath. The team used a special stamping technology to deposit and assemble the inorganic LEDs onto glass, plastic or rubber surfaces. The system works much like a rubber stamp and ink pad, using the LEDs as ink."The new approach can lift large numbers of small, thin LEDs from the wafer in one step, and then print them onto a substrate in another step," Rogers said. The LEDs can be interconnected and wired with a conventional process used to wire computer chips, he added. And because LEDs can be placed far apart and still provide enough light, the panels and displays can be nearly transparent."We can put them on a strip of plastic and make brake lights," said Rogers, who noted that the project was initially funded in part by Ford Motor Co, which was looking for a way to make brake lights that can follow the contour of a car. The National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy also funded the project.
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