LED Screen Hire for events, exhibitions and conferences that are looking to stand out from the crowd the new 2.6mm LED is the ultimate solution as there is no limit on your creativity. The extreme flexibility supports flat, edge or curve designs (concave and convex) – or all three formations in one display.
LED Screen hire for events, exhibitions and conferences looking to up-level their event technology solution, a 2.8mm LED videowall is a lightweight choice that can create a high-resolution stunning display.
LED Screen on Rent For events, exhibitions and conferences looking for a new standard of LED, this LED is the latest and most advanced technology available for hire. The 2.5mm LED is a dynamic canvas for use within TV and film, as a digital conference set, within an exhibition environment or to light up an experiential event.
With a pixel pitch of just 7.8mm, this is an LED flooring solution that can be used in environments where visitors are standing directly above or on top of the screen. The 7.8mm LED is easy to install and construct on an aluminum framework which Shivam Video can provide. LED Screen on Rent
With a pixel pitch of just 6mm, the flex LED is able to retain sharp clarity, even when visitors are located in close proximity to the screen. Able to display HD and ultra-HD content, which delivers high contrast and incredibly dense black levels.
The 3.9mm high-resolution pixel pitch ensures that the screen can be viewed in perfect clarity from every angle, retaining all of the quality of the traditional indoor LED, with just the additional edged capability.
A versatile high-resolution LED popular for use at events and exhibitions with a pixel pitch of just 3.9mm. The 3.9mm high-resolution LED creates videowalls with a high-quality picture which retains the same sharp clarity up-close, as it does from far away.
Outdoor 5.9mm LED is a dynamic way to display content, advertising, video and live feeds around an event concourse, attracting eyeballs from far away and providing a pixel-perfect experience when visitors are located in close proximity to the screen.