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PixelFLEX Presenting New 9mm High-Resolution LED Video Curtain at LDI 2013

The industry’s leading provider of flexible and lightweight LED video screens, PixelFLEX, will be presenting a new 9mm high-resolution curtain video panel at LDI 2013 later this week (Booth 669). The 9mm curtain video panel joins PixelFLEX’s new line of high-resolution video panels that are taking the industry standard to another level with flexible LED screens delivering stunning visuals at cost-effective prices.

The 9mm panel, which is 10.49’ x 2.62’ in size, allows for easily made personalized modifications, providing a video content delivery solution to meet any need. Offering an optimal visual distance at 7m, each 9mm curtain video screen weighs approximately 10.4/sq.m (23 lbs), which is 70-80 percent less than most other high-resolution LED video screens of this size.

“With the introduction of our 9mm video curtain, we now have a complete line of high-resolution solutions to meet the diverse needs of churches, touring musicians and businesses, among others,” said Jeremy Byrd, PixelFLEX’s founder and president. “Video is a critical component of marketing, branding and customer engagement efforts, and the 9mm curtain, as well as our other high-resolution panels, will provide tremendous flexibility – both physically and conceptually – to our customers.”

PixelFLEX’s LED curtains are able to deliver an assortment of video display options that are simple to operate and set up – videos and images can be sent to the screen using any computer with a DVI-D connection. The curtains are able to bend, shape and form around structures to adapt to any stage or setting for a more flexible and innovative display effect. In addition to the infinite potential uses for a varied visual appeal, the panels can be stored and shipped in a single road case, eliminating logistics hassles and minimizing transportation costs in one simple step.

To meet the increased demand for its panels by musicians, houses of worship, universities and other venues, PixelFLEX plans to introduce several other high-resolution LED curtain video screens prior to the LDI Show in Las Vegas. The new line of panels will join PixelFLEX’s growing line of products that include 18mm, 20mm, 25mm, 30mm, 37.5mm, 50mm and 100mm curtain screens, in addition to the company’s LR-4 and LR-8 lightweight rigid video screens for outdoor and indoor applications.

PixelFLEX customers include Luke Bryan, Rodney Atkins, Darius Rucker, Joel Osteen, Google Science Fair, Skillet, Boots & Hearts Festival, Jeremy Camp, University of Iowa, Student Life and Second Baptist Church. Visit PixelFLEX at Booth 669 during LDI 2013 this coming weekend.

For more information on PixelFLEX’s 9mm LED curtain video screen, visit www.LEDCurtain.com. Follow PixelFLEX at www.Facebook.com/PixelFLEXUSA and @LEDCurtain.

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