The constant comment that Elite Event technology team received over the two day conference was:
“Wow, look at that screen!”
“This incredible project really pushed the boundaries of visual media created with LED panels, and was hailed as one of the most talked-about shows of the iconic Paris Fashion Week,” said Ben DaCosta – Co-Founder and Managing Director of Infiled.
The new VuePix Infiled ER 3.9mm Screen, installed within the bar area,
entertains patrons while they are enjoying the venue’s chilled out vibe.
The VuePix ER4 screen configured as 9m wide x 4m tall – was used to play crisp themed visuals for the event, advertise the sponsors, as well as providing a live stream of the performing artists.
Over 6,000sqm of Infiled / VuePix screens were lined up for the biggest electronic music festival in the world!
In the spring of 2019, the new INFiLED ER4plus LE will be incorporated in the rental fleet
and will also be available for purchase.
With the fine pixel pitch of 2.6mm, slimline design and lightweight aluminium frame, the installation of the new VeuPix screens was very quick and seamless. Featuring a high bright LEDs, the QE series deliver a great visual performance in any light condition.
“We are extremely excited to combine the brands and grow our proven formula in technology and service delivery. Merging the two brands offers greater value and ROI opportunities to the global VuePix and Infiled network,” says Cuono Biviano.
The new VuePix LED display features QE series technology, designed for quick and easy installation.
With a 3.9mm pixel pitch and features high brightness LEDs.
“The way that the VuePix ER Series goes together and rigs is very intuitive.
The magnetic retention system is really effective and means the panels easily lock together.” – Paul Rumble
“The beauty of LED panels is they have many configuration possibilities. That’s a big benefit to our business, as we can then service many different styles and scales of events with the same modular product.” – Ben Morris
“We’re primarily using the VuePix ER4.6 panels for large format conference screens, stage sets, and display solutions in high ambient light applications like exhibitions and sporting events.” – Ben Morris
“Our screens were tested against other manufactures and out performed on refresh
rates and rigging ability” – Nathan Wright
The various types of VuePix screens were invited to undergo a series of performance tests and were compared against all major LED screen brands on the market, proving themselves as a preferred choice for the application. “Our screens were tested against other manufactures and out performed on refresh rates and rigging ability”, explains Nathan Wright, Digital Technology Product Manager at ULA Group. “We used a combination of indoor and outdoor panels for this project.
For the nightclub, it was all our ER4 series screens for the main and side walls, our QE outdoor series was used on the front of the DJ Booth to allow for accidental spills and easy cleaning. This was also the case for the beach club DJ Box. The side screens for the beach club used our SL series, due to weight constraints, these were chosen as they were only 8kg per cabinet”.
The Cove Nightclub set comprises of a massive 8 meter wide and 10 meter tall VuePix ER 4.8 screen, being the centre piece of the stage behind the DJ console, with 4 side screens (3 meters high x 7 meters tall each), two on each side, to compliment the set. The VuePix QE4.6 IP rated screen was installed in front of the DJ console of the club. The whole set is run by two ArKaos Stadium Servers running the latest version of MediaMaster software and RGB Link X2 with 12 outputs for the visual control.
The beach club area features a set of 3 screens, with the main one being 7 meters wide and 2 meters tall on a ground support. The two side screens, each measuring 3 meters wide and 6 meters tall, were hung and dressed as a theatre set of the glass dome. All beach club screens are VuePix SL6 technology, modified to feature grey face LEDs to offer increased contrast ratio while still maintaining high brightness for daylight use. VuePix QE4.6 IP rated panels were again used to compliment the DJ booth of the beach club. The ArKaos Stadium Servers and RGB Link X2 (with 8 outputs) are once more being used in the area for visual control.
“We were very privileged and proud to partner with Ted and his team on this truly unique
and iconic project” – Cuono Biviano
Vision One Technologies were appointed to supply and install a stunning audio visual package
for this brand new state-of-the-art sports & leisure facility.
“The seamless integration of the whole system into the iPad touch control was particularly impressive to our client as it removed both the cost and the need for a third-party control interface”. – James Sismanes from Vision One.
The ULA Group team has supplied and installed two VuePix super screens for the Topgolf complex.
Each of them is over 14 meters long and 4 meters high.
The ULA Group has a long term relationship with Village Roadshow, supplying entertainment lighting, LED screens and customised LED signage, architectural lighting and atmospherical effects for over a decade.
“Offering wide viewing angles, the screen delivers brilliant visual
performance even in direct sunlight”.
Utilising the VuePix B series technology, specifically developed for permanent outdoor installations, the new scoreboard offers excellent brightness with over 6000 nits and features automatic brightness control to adapt to different light levels. The scoreboard is designed to withstand severe weather and harsh environmental factors such as constant vibration, direct UV rays and varying temperatures. Offering wide viewing angles, the screen delivers brilliant visual performance even in direct sunlight.
The stadium is the home ground of the National Premier Leagues Football Club, the South West Queensland Thunder Football Club. Apart from the regular soccer matches, the stadium also plays host to both international and national rugby league and rugby union matches.
In addition, the ULA Group and VuePix team delivered a complex software system for the new scoreboard, being able to cater for a broad variety of sporting events.
“We’re thrilled, we’re excited. We have turned the vision into a technical reality, and we couldn’t be happier with the result”- Cuono Biviano
“All of this could not have come together without a first-class team effort from an amazing, dedicated group of technical professionals and contractors both local and interstate” – Cuono Biviano
The ‘huge digital canvas’ seamlessly incorporates high and low resolution digital LED technology, with over 2.3 million LEDs providing an infinite colour range. All of the products have been manufactured to the highest standards and are utilizing the most advanced technology on the World’s market.
The centrepiece of the media façade is the high-resolution 17m wide x 5m high VuePix customized curved screen, consisting of almost 800,000 pixels. The energy efficient Global Media Series from VuePix has been specifically designed for fixed outdoor applications, offering the best balance between weight and durability to withstand harsh environmental factors such as direct UV rays, varying temperatures, constant vibrations and severe weather conditions. An exceptional brightness of over 5000 nits, outstanding contrast ratio and high refresh rates allow the GM series to deliver excellent visual effects in any light conditions.
The VuePix GM series also features a patented Display Monitoring System, allowing live monitoring of the screens key vital working conditions and functionality remotely from anywhere around the globe.
“All of this could not have come together without a first-class team effort from an amazing, dedicated group of technical professionals and contractors both local and interstate,” says Biviano.
The local companies engaged in the project were Central Engineering supplying all the structural steel fabrication, CPI Electrical assisting with electrical and data solutions and All Clear Abseiling team assisting with product installation.
“On one hand, the content is an abstraction of energy; on the other hand, content is more photoreal. The abstract interpretation is about the energy – what it feels like to live here ” – Bruce Ramus
The 10mm pixel pitch video wall – 2.3m wide x 1.5m high – was custom-manufactured by VuePix to fit the previously vacant wall space on the administration building of the school.
Running 24 hours a day 7 days a week, the screen is equipped with automatic brightness sensors, adjusting the brightness levels for optimal performance.
The VuePix ER 4.6 screen was used as a centre piece of the stage. The twelve metre long and 3 metre high screen, consisting of 66 panels in total, was used to display all the events dynamic visual content as well as a backdrop for some great performances from the evening’s entertainment of Sony Music artist Samantha Jade and legendary funny man Vince Sorrenti.
As with every year, the night featured many Australian celebrities that were also happy to lend a hand to the foundations fundraising activities.
AU Music Productions have been appointed as the in-house AV technicians, specifying all the lighting, audio and visual technology for the club. Steve Windolf, MD of AU Music Productions, has approached the ULA Group team to supply a full-wall LED screen, to be installed in the VIP area, right behind the DJ deck.
The VuePix QE Series was a natural choice for this environment, offering a cost effective solution without compromising on a superb visual performance. The QE series panels are lightweight with die cast aluminium frame and seamless design and feature high brightness LEDs, delivering great visuals in any light condition.
“This year rather than just doing a 16:9 screen we did it as a square to create more impact for the visual content used throughout the show by providing more screen real estate.” – Darren Russell, MD of Elite Event Technology
“The GCCEC provides a tailored technology solution for every event, the simplified construction and modular design of the ER series is well suited to our business needs. From stage sets to large format scoreboards, we have many different application possibilities.” – Ben Morris