Los Angeles, CA – October 24, 2008 – SenovvA, a leading provider of innovative video display solutions based in Los Angeles, announced its use of the newly-available WinVision LED display system at the Spike TV “Scream Awards,” broadcast on Tuesday, October 21, 2008.
WinVision is a “see thru” LED screen, and provides an innovative solution for any stage, event or production. Frank McMinn, head of staging services for SenovvA, said, “We chose WinVision because of its ease of set-up, light-weight design, and minimal thermal issues.” SenovvA utilized WinVision panels for two on-stage display walls as well as in the “Skull Island” floor where the panels were mounted below a Lexan top. SenovvA also installed a Stewart Aeroview 100 screen on the main stage, 23ʼ x 40ʼ6”. “The main screen was almost as wide as the Greek Theatre proscenium opening, “ said Dave Taylor, lead projectionist. SenovvA had to create a path to get talent and set pieces on and off stage during the show. Taylor continued, “We designed a rig with box truss to surround the entire screen so it could cantilever back like a garage door. A very big garage door!”
Several set pieces were also visually animated through use of Barco i6XP LED panels. SenovvA installed 24 panels in the “Spike” to provide background visual effects from the stage floor up to the crosspiece of the spike. Brett Ostro, Associate Producer, said, “The show looked fabulous! SenovvA did their homework, and I was very happy with the final product.”