PixelFLEX Takes LED Video Screens Known for Being Flexible and Lightweight to 2015 PLASA Focus
Nashville, April 27, 2015 — PixelFLEX, the leading provider of flexible and lightweight LED video screens, will be returning to PLASA Focus at the Kansas City 2015 trade show with its new FLEXCurtain HD LED video wall, a physically lighter video product designed for a new variety of needs.
Displays for the FLEXTile, FLEX Lite and FLEXCurve will also be featured for the two-day convention that takes place May 20 and 21 at the Kansas City Convention Center. This will be PixelFLEX’s fourth time attending a PLASA Focus event, following the successful PLASA Focus in Orlando in February of this year.
PLASA is a pro-active trade association sponsored by Lighting & Sound America and Protocol magazines. Each of PLASA Focus’ regional and international events showcases the latest in professional audio, lighting, AV and stage technologies with much of the gear making its U.S. debuts from international launches. Visitors of the Kansas City event can look forward to new products, world-class speakers, special events, live demo areas and the industry’s best networking opportunities.
“PixelFLEX has made a definitive mark in the LED world both in Nashville and through the rest of the country and world,” said David Venus, PixelFLEX Director of Marketing. “Attending PLASA Focus as a vendor is a more intimate way for us to get the word out about how unique our products are, especially the FLEXCurtain HD. The set up of this event allows us to develop more meaningful relationships with our customers, and hopefully give businesses and concert producers solutions to problems that they didn’t think they could solve.”
PixelFLEX products are drastically lightweight compared to industry standards, and can be connected using any computer with a DVI-D connection. Notable customers including Luke Bryan, Alan Jackson, Casting Crowns and Thompson Square have chosen PixelFLEX for the clear resolution and how drastically PixelFLEX products cut down on storing and transportation costs.