Creating Incredible Experiences for Audience with LED on Stages

By topping up with technologies, events, live shows and art performances increase the diversity in production and present more and more unique experiences for the audience. LED technology is certainly one of the major applications in the entertainment industry, lighting and LED firms has built up relationships with event production companies or performance venues.

A U.S. based event management company, Mountain View Staging (MVS), announced its investment in a giant and high-resolution LED video system from PixelFLEX, one LED manufacturer targeting touring and event market. The demanded product, FLEXTour panels is a large and curve-able LED video display designed to meet the sophisticated needs for live entertainment productions.


The CEO of MVS, Peter Johnson expressed his satisfaction towards the product, “This was during the annual Ex Awards at the Historic Warfield Theater in San Francisco. The juxtaposition of the brand-new, high-tech FLEXTour LED wall in this old historic theater really made the experience memorable for three separate events back-to-back, including an executive summit, the Ex Awards and the EMS general session the next day.”

Also in the U.S., LA Opera had utilized Signify’s LED product, VLZ Profile fixtures as part of its stage lighting rig. The show in early June, Rigoletto of Verdi with the lighting designer, Robert Wierzel, was the first production performed on the stage installed with mainly LED lighting. The technical director of LA Opera, Jeff Kleeman, was happy with the features of the product including its brightness, quietness as well as the low energy consumption.

(Image: Signify)

“For an artistic organization of such prestige to commit to the VLZ Profile as part of its stage lighting rig is a great vote of confidence in the quality of our world-leading LED luminaire technology. We are delighted that LA Opera has chosen to continue its long history with the Vari-Lite brand and we look forward to working with them in the future,” said, Martin Palmer, Philips Vari-Lite Product Manager of Signify.

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