Creative LED setup in the glass hall

Innlights hardware for the presentation of the business award in Wuppertal. Since 2013, Wuppertal Marketing GmbH has been awarding the annual „Wuppertaler Wirtschaftspreis“. Innlights Displaysolutions was on behalf of the Stadtsparkasse Wuppertal and the organizer Wuppertal Marketing.

On 10th October Innlights was responsible for the media realization of the event in cooperation with the partners 6tant and EVS interactive. The three LED screens on the stage in the glass hall attracted attention with unusual image formats and graded picture edges. Kolja Birkenbach from Innlights on the special LED screens: „The extraordinary design should break viewing habits and create a dynamic image impression. This required the statics of the LED displays. Despite the complicated special design, the LED modules had to be precisely and accurately installed for a homogenous image impression.“ Visitors were greeted at the entrances with additional LED displays of the same level design.

Overall, the indoor and outdoor setup included around 80 square meters of LED screen. InnScreen C2 HE with its fine pixel pitch of 2.84 mm was used on the main stage. At the entrances there were LED displays in the mix of the InnScreen R3 and the InnScreen Q3 HE with graded designed displays. Both panels have an identical pixel pitch of 3.91 mm and showed suitable motifs in outstanding image qualities. In addition, Innlights was responsible for camera technology including a wireless camera as well as for live image transmission. The conclusion of Kolja Birkenbach about the highly acclaimed LED setup: ” With these unusual image formats, we demonstrated that our high-resolution and mechanically sophisticated InnScreen modules allow many variations in the design of individual image.”

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Successful BOE participation for Innlights

Video Cube and Innlights RCA Remote Control App at „Wow Wuppertal”. Innlights Displaysolutions was exhibiting at booth C24 in hall 7 at this year’s Best of Events in Dortmund. The joint stand was planned and organized by FAIR EVENTS 10.0 for the marketing cooperation „Wow Wuppertal”. Innlights, also from Wuppertal, supplied the InnScreen C2 LED displays including the Innlights Remote Control App for the feeds of the four pages on the high-resolution video cube. Hartmut Vogel, Managing Director of FAIR EVENTS 10.0, commented: „The Innlights RCA fitted perfectly into our trade fair concept. Each partner on the stand was able to individually and interactively integrate their desired content without any technical assistance, either by mobile phone or tablet.” Innlights’ LED technology not only demonstrated the performance of its latest version of the Remote Control App, but also the prove the outstanding image quality of InnScreen C2. Thomas Klem, Innlights Managing Director, said: „C2 is a high-end indoor LED product with a small pixel pitch of just 2.84mm, working with Innlights’ new 2D and 3D processing. As a single batch, Innlights has a storage volume of 500 square meters of C2.”

InnScreen S2 enables Visual Digitization at Stadionwelt

As part of a second cooperation, Innlights Displaysolutions presented another very up-to-date and high-resolution LED panel with InnScreen S2 at the Stadionwelt stand in Hall 5, Booth B20. The advantages of the LED panel with its „Direct Wall Mounting” specification made it easy for visitors to convince themselves at the Stadionwelt stand. The InnScreen S-Series is mounted directly on the wall without the need for a rear triangle, with a thickness of only 42 mm. It is suitable for fixed installations, e.g. retail digital signage applications. Stadionwelt was also very satisfied. „For the first time we used a digitally feeded LED display here at BOE. We are happy about the great picture brilliance, the flexible playback of the pictures and the diverse forms of presentation”, says Carsten Ponsar from Stadionwelt. Media control systems such as the Innlights RCA are being used more and more frequently at trade fairs, because they are recorded and controlled with content in a user-friendly and cost-efficient manner via mobile phone or tablet. Thomas Klem summarizes: „More and more customers are convinced of the advantages of digital information and content, while being easy to use. This leads to an increasing spread of visual digitization in all areas of application.”

LED perimeter system

Flexible indoor and outdoor system with high resolution. Innlights Displaysolutions recently introduced a new LED perimeter system. The technique is used in indoor sports events from basketball, handball and judo to outdoor use in football matches. Marius Kuschmierz, technical director at Innlights, explains: “The solution we developed allows the use of our leading event rental products, such as InnScreen R5, InnScreen M5, InnScreen C2 and C3 as LED perimeter technology.” InnScreen M5 is extremely robust for display and floor applications indoor and outdoor. The InnScreen C-series offers high resolution, which is particularly advantageous at typical viewing distances in halls. The use of the InnScreen R5 modules allowes quite fast construction, because of the panel size of 0.5 by 1 meter. For the Judo World Cup in late 2017 and the Judo Grand Slam in February 2018, the innovative LED perimeter was used by event technology service provider Thöne & Partner. Christoph Heidrich, Project Manager at Innlights: “With our innovative system, we offer our sports event customers alternative LED specifications for the high-quality presentation of sponsor information and advertising, depending on the purpose. For project business and dry hire leases, we now have recourse to various LED panels in high resolutions, each with up to 250 sqm. “

ADAC Supercross with Innlights

! 100 sqm LED-cube at the Westfalenhalle Dortmund. ADAC Supercross is an annual motorcycle highlight in the Westfalenhalle Dortmund. From January 12th on three days international qualification and final races took place in the motocross classes SX1 to SX4. In addition to the spectacular off-road course in the interior of the hall, a large video cube appeared prominently above the visitors. Each of its four sites featured live images from the shows, races, as well as graphic animations and sponsor logos.

The total size of the four screens, each measuring 6 x 4 meters, was around 100 square meters, installed and supplied by Innlights Displaysolutions. Innlights is a provider of professional LED technology for rental and sale. The InnScreen R5 LED product is ideal for large indoor applications. For example, the rectangular R5 panel has a dimension of 50 x 100 centimeters. This allows large-area LED displays to be installed quickly and precisely. Each side of the video cube thus consisted of only 12 x 4 LED panels. The four high-resolution displays delivered brilliant images with a brightness of 1,300 cd/m² in a wide viewing angle. Visitors saw the best possible video image of the race from every seat. Thomas Klem, Managing Director of Innlights Displaysolutions sums up the commitment of his team and the technology used: “We are now equipping the ADAC Supercross event for the fourth time in a row. This year we also created the graphic content for the intro and the sponsor advertising. Besides Dry Hire for LED technology, we also offer our customers services and pixel-perfect image production for LED displays of every dimension “.

Innlights RCA presented at BOE

User-friendly control for LED displays. At this year’s Best of Events in Dortmund, Innlights Displaysolutions presented a novel control for image and video programs on LED screens under the name Innlights Remote Control Application. The trade fair visitors were impressed by the easy handling and performance of the software solution at the joint booth of Innlights and the partners Saalbau GmbH from Frankfurt and Lleyendecker eventsolutions from Wuppertal on January 10th and 11th. Interactive and playful videos, pictures and a 360° VR presentation on a four-meter-wide curved LED display, InnScreen C3, and a LED floor application with InnScreen M5 Floor could be played. The different event locations of Saalbau were very lively and realistic. Marius Kuschmierz, technical director of Innlights comments: “We controlled all media, including the virtual reality application, with the help of our Remote Control App simply from a mobile phone. Innlights RCA works across platforms and is designed for mobile, tablet and laptop / PC.” Even the creation of program sequences or a timed playback with playlists can be handled without specific knowledge  of it via RCA. The program playback is documented in the system so that, for example, billboard advertisements can be recorded and displayed. Short-term customization options or program changes through simple media integration ensure maximum flexibility. Innlights RCA is not limited to the use at trade fairs and events. The system is also ideally suited for fixed installations and enables automatic, daily updated or event-related feeds. Marius Kuschmierz summarizes: “The system is suitable wherever flexible use and operation without the use of technicians, without the use of complex video technology and without knowledge of pixel dimensions, scaling processes, or similar LED displays is needed.”

Innlights expands rental park

LED display product InnScreen C3 now available. Innlights Displaysolutions as a supplier of professional LED technologies for trade fair, event and permanent installation extends its dry-hire portfolio. After the high-resolution Indoor LED Cabinet InnScreen Q3, InnScreen C3 is now also available in large numbers in the rental park.

With the small 3.91 mm Q3 pixel pitch, the C3 cabinet allows concave and convex curved LED displays for indoor use. The construction, whether flat or curved, is fast, simple and precise. Angulations  in 5° increments from 1° to 20° “convex curved” and 1° to 30° “concave curved” can be realized. Within a video wall plane and curved arrangements are freely combinable. With a large viewing angle of 140° vertically and horizontally, with a brightness of up to 1200 cd/m² and fast processing, InnScreen C3 offers high-quality images via black face LEDs. At the same time, the power consumption is very low with an average of 72 W per cabinet. InnScreen C3 is designed for rental use and very robustly manufactured on the basis of an aluminum CNC milled frame. The cabinets are equipped with a quick release system for tool-free installation. Marius Kuschmierz, CTO at Innlights, commented: “Our new cabinet is designed for the permanent assembly and dismantling at trade fairs and events. With its creative curving options, InnScreen C3 is an excellent addition to our rental portfolio. In addition, we are currently able to offer cross-rental investments for the quantitatively large product batch.”

Innlights with LED backdrop for URBANATIX

! 120 sqm LED screen in the Jahrhunderthalle Bochum. “For our scenic stage design, we put on a media-recorded LED screen with great brightness and color brilliance in front of the artist sometimes very close in the spotlight could act.” said Christian Eggert, owner and director of the agency DACAPO from Bochum.

At this year’s URBANATIX project in Bochum’s Jahrhunderthalle, a 24-meter-long and 5-meter-high LED wall ran across the entire width of the stage, supplied and installed by Innlights Displayolutions. The company, based in Wuppertal is a provider of displays of all sizes and equips events and fixed installations with LED technology. Thomas Klem, Managing Director of Innlights Displaysolutions, reports about the technology used: “LED displays require little depth, thus creating an optimal, space-saving stage backdrop. At the same time, the image is very resistant to stray light from the stage lights”. That’s why the high-contrast InnScreen R5 LED panel with black face LEDs and a brightness of 1300 cd/sqm was used. The pixel pitch of only 5.9 mm allowed a width of 4k resolution. 3D picture elements, visualized on the LED-screen, stood out very plastically. Accordingly, the conclusion of Christian Eggert was: “The result was great: the perfect illusion of the 3D objects that for the audience surprisingly rose in the image of the LED wall up and did not turn out to be real objects on the stage. Technically, the implementation by Innlights was perfect, reliable and error-free on all shows”.

Innlights InnScreen for the Kö Galerie anniversary

LED panel for group-buying is a successful rental product. Under the name Innlights Displaysolutions, the Wuppertal-based agency TRENDCARD sells LED displays for events, trade fairs and installations. The LED product InnScreen C3 successfully launched Innlights via group-buying together with partners in May.

With this uniform LED batch in a total area of ​​200 square meters, even large rental projects can be equipped with homogeneous image quality. On the occasion of the Kö Galerie anniversary in Düsseldorf at the beginning of September 2017, Padco AG, service provider for media and event technology from Cologne, acquired InnScreen C3 including controlling and playback technology for Innlights as part of the group-buying partnership. C3 has excellent properties for the rental market in terms of resolution, brightness and ruggedness. Padco installed the C3 modules in a special LED screen setup with a segmented image area for the event in the Kö Galerie. The concept was provided by SOTA, the media technology partner of Kö Galerie. Thomas Klem, Managing Director of TRENDCARD, commented: “SOTA worked with TRENDCARD to produce the content on the LED screen. The video program produced by us in conjunction with the very brilliant InnScreen C3 led to a convincing picture result.”

Essener Lichterwochen with LED-mesh by Innlights

InnScreen I30 for semi-transparent outdoor video installation. It is dawning early in these days. At the Willy-Brandt-Platz in Essen, this created the necessary framework for a very special event. As part of the “Essener Lichterwochen”, every evening from October 29 to January 7, the video installation “Curtain of Light” is shown on a giant LED curtain.

Exciting motifs and animations on the subject of “Green Capital Europe – Essen 2017” were presented. The 16-meter-wide LED mesh curtain hung between two buildings on a 60-meter steel cable. In mesh technology, the individual SMD LEDs are arranged on a dimensionally stable carrier network. The nets can be plugged together and can create large image areas when combined. The LED product from Innlights Displaysolutions in Wuppertal, Germany, is called the InnScreen I30 and weighs just 8.6 kg/m², making it ideal for large, hanging outdoor applications. The mesh product with a pixel pitch of 30 millimeters and a transparency of 45% is safe to use even under heavy wind loads. At the same time, the image brightness of 2,000 cd/m² is very brilliant. Innlights not only supplied and installed the LED technology, but also provided the video processing and playback technology. The image content and program flow was produced by the communication agency V2A.NET from Essen. All content has been specially designed for the semi-transparent LED curtain. Innlights Managing Director Thomas Klem comments: “The technical advantages on the one hand and the creative possibilities on the other hand achieved the impressive image effect of the LED curtain at the “Essener Lichterwochen”. Thanks to the transparent LED technology, the pictures were atmospherically collaged with the backdrop of the illuminated square”.

“Schwebebahnlauf” with LED portals

Innlights Displaysolutions provides dynamic start and finish displays. The “Schwebebahnlauf” in Wuppertal is an annual sporting event on the highway B7 along the suspension railway in the city center.

Two LED portals framed the start and finish positions of the suspension railway run with publicity and image impact. The digital presentation of the portals allowed for each of the five races with a total of more than 9,000 runners its own appearance. Innlights Displaysolutions, based in Wupperta,  had delivered and installed these specially shaped LED displays and another display for the central stage. Managing Director Thomas Klem reports: “Thanks to the LED technology, an individual shape of the portals was possible. The feed represented the appropriate motifs ranging from changing sponsor advertising to running information and animated countdowns.” In addition, the LED display on the stage showed live events from the running track. Thomas Klem concluded on the event: “The two large LED portals in particular contributed to the successful appearance of this supraregional sports event”.