Dallas’ Ultravision LED Solutions Launches ‘Video Wall’ Rentals for Events, Weddings, and More

The rental service launches today in DFW and five other metros, with a nationwide launch planned by end of 2023. Backed by over 70 patents awarded to founder and CEO William Hall, the video walls are said to deliver "immersive and captivating visual experiences." Cowboy game, anyone?

Dallas-based Ultravision LED Solutions—which recently installed what it called Texas’ “largest LED display golf simulator” at pro golfer Bryson DeChambeau’s Dallas home—launched something new today that could grab the attention of event planners and sports fans alike.

The company announced the launch of its new “ultra-high resolution” rental LED displays, which can be booked for corporate events, trade shows, concerts, or “any other occasion.”

(If your dream occasion is Sunday, September 10, at 7:20 p.m.—when the Dallas Cowboys’ 2023 season begins against the New York Giants—feel free to indulge your fantasy. But check the pricing below.)

‘Leave a lasting impression’

Ultravision says its LED displays offer event organizers and planners—yes, that includes wedding planners—the opportunity to transform their spaces into “captivating environments that leave a lasting impression on attendees.” 

“Designed to deliver immersive and captivating visual experiences, these cutting-edge ultra-high resolution LED video walls are set to revolutionize the event industry,” the company said in a statement.

In addition to what Ultravision describes as the “superior design and performance” of its video walls, the company’s LED rentals are said to “offer flexibility and convenience” through a range of customizable options.

3 standard sizes—but they’ll go bigger

Ultravision LED Solutions video wall being put together [Image: Ultravision]

Ultravision’s LED video rentals come in four “standard” sizes: 9.8 feet by 6.6 feet, which is big but why stop there? The next size up is aimed squarely at corporate events and is 13.1 feet by 8.2 feet. A larger “video wall” measures at 16.4 feet by 9.8 feet. And an event more jaw-dropping “event space rental” is 19.7 feet by 11.5 feet. 

But according to Gerald Wu, Ultravision’s director of sales and marketing, if you want to go really big, no one’s stopping you.

“We can go with just about any custom size requested,” Wu told Dallas Innovates, “although we need more time in advance for very large screens to ensure we can accommodate.”

‘$4,000 a day and up’

Cost is dependent on size and resolution, Wu said—noting that the price “could be $4,000 a day and up. This includes set up and tear down.”

The walls are created by Ultravision technicians who seamlessly attach individual panels together—much like square video tiles, as shown above—until the desired size is obtained. This results in what the company calls “an exceptionally large simulator display with the brightness and clarity of a high-end home video solution.”

The panels feature UltraBlack technology, employing a proprietary black base with low reflection that “delivers high contrast with exceptional details.” 

Launching in Dallas-Fort Worth and five cities, with nationwide expansion planned

Ultravision said its LED rental service is “immediately” available now in Dallas-Fort Worth, HoustonAustinSan AntonioFort Lauderdale, and Orange County, California.

But there’s more to come. The company said it plans to expand its rental program “to most major U.S. cities” by the end of 2023.

“This strategic expansion demonstrates Ultravision’s commitment to providing exceptional LED display solutions to a broader audience nationwide,” the company said.

Founder and CEO William Hall has over 70 patents, company says

Founded in 2010, Ultravision LED Solutions says it provides “the original modular LED display panel,”  Besides manufacturing and selling—and now renting—video walls, the company manufactures and installs digital scoreboards and digital signage, and offers video wall design, software, and content creation.

The company says its LED display panels and LED technology are protected “by over 70 patents” awarded to the company’s founder and CEO, William Hall.

Ultravision’s Modular LED Display technology “revolutionizes the traditional simulator setup by eliminating cumbersome cabinet displays, reducing installation and maintenance costs, and enhancing overall performance,” the company said.

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