New York, NY (December 9, 2014) – Two large screen TL Vision displays by Trans-Lux (TNLX) have recently been installed in the United Club at Chicago’s Soldier Field. The TL Vision 4mm Black LED indoor large screen displays, each measuring nine feet, five and three eighths inches high by fifteen feet, nine inches wide (9’5 3/8” x 15’9”) are located in the Club’s premier first floor hospitality area.
“Fan engagement off the field is as important to professional sports franchises as what happens on the field on game day. The two TL Vision 4mm Black LED displays installed in the United Club at Soldier Field are perfect examples of how to deliver engaging game-day content that generates greater fan excitement and participation,” said J.M. Allain, President and Chief Executive Officer, Trans-Lux. “We are thrilled to help deliver the experience at Soldier Field with TL Vision LED large screen displays.”
The energy-efficient TL Vision LED displays feature the latest in LED technology to deliver uncompromised image resolution and brightness including a 720 x 1,200 4mm pixel pitch and SMD (surface mount device) design. Silan LEDs ensure vibrant and true color reproduction with more contrast (light and dark) for superb images in the United Club’s indoor lighting environment.
The two TL Vision 4mm Black LED displays are modular in design and were custom configured to the shape and size required by Soldier Field to fit the space. The display’s feature Trans-Lux’s unique cabinet systems which virtually eliminate common alignment issues, expedite set-up time, and reduce overall costs. The unique LED cabinets are designed with a precision machined interlocking mechanism that ensures virtually perfect alignment when configuring the modules.
Also included in the installation is Trans-Lux’s epic™ series LED System Software Suite, which is comprised of four modules that can be used stand-alone or as an integrated software solution. The software performs a wide range of functionality including the ability to configure a group of display cabinets to control display performance parameters and manage display diagnostics. For example, the epic control module allows the set-up of all parameters for the display, including capture area, color selection, brightness and size of display. It also allows users to interface a digital SLR camera to adjust the uniformity of the color and brightness of the display.