Outdoor Modular LED screens are becoming a more common sight in various parts of the country – and with good reason! The ability to screen broadcasts and events outside is something that many organizations find useful. There are various types of outdoor Modular LED screens which vary from relatively small units similar to domestic TV screens to ones the size of the side of a house. However what they all have in common is that they use LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) and are weather-proofed so things like rain do not cause them to malfunction or break.
There are some reasons why outdoor LED screens are so popular. One of the major ones is for broadcasts of prestigious sporting occasions to the masses. If you are wondering about the potential for live exterior broadcasts of sporting events (and therefore large outdoor LED screens), then you should just think of the famous Murray Mound – formerly known as Henman Hill – on the periphery of the All England Lawn Tennis Club in SW19. Thousands of tennis fans gather there to cheer to premier British players every year at the Wimbledon major. Various sports stadiums have huge LED screens as an integral part of their design. In most cases, these are used for instantaneous replays of the action.
Also, several local councils across the world have had outdoor modular LED screens installed in urban centers which are used for testing things like World Cup football matches. At other times they can be used for music performances or various other broadcasts.
Outdoor concerts and gigs are other places where LED screens come in useful. They are used for close up shots of musicians during the live performance, which come in useful for particularly large events with a lot of attendees.Research has shown that Modular LED screen will elicit a higher readership, than any other form of advertising media. At home, people are used to watching commercials on TV, or listening to the radio, and many hardly glance at the advertisements on printed media. However, the size and brightness of these screens cause people to pause and pay attention. Once their attention is captivated, they will most likely enter the premise, rather than walk on.