The hottest new product on the market is semi-transparent LED. Up until recently the best resolution available for semi-transparent rigid LED panels was 25mm. ROE Visual has just released an 18mm semi-transparent product, the new ROE Visual Vanish 18. Offering 50% transparency, these 1200x1200mm panels are easy to move and stack. The ROE Visual Vanish 18 features a fast lock system with robust dollies. These panels are almost twice the width of Carbon series panels, Making the Vanish 18 a very cost effective product as you get a much better price per square inch. These panels are IP65 outdoor rated and perfect for upcoming events indoor or out. With a redundant power system, the Vanish 18 is able to offer maximum daytime LED brightness. Fuse is ready to help your next event look amazing with the new ROE Visual Vanish 18 and any other needs your production may need. Contact us to get a quote on your next gig.
These panels have recently come off the latest Lil’ Wayne tour and left a semi-lasting impressing 😉 The lock and dolly on the Vanish 18 allowed us to roll the carts on stage and use the dolly as our base, stacking two high with no additional support. As you can see in the video below, the band is seen when there are no images on the screen and disappears to the eye when video is on the tiles.
Always a leader in technological advancements, Fuse is proud to be one of the only production companies in North America to carry the revolutionary Air Frame from ROE Visual. We are thrilled to increase the ROE Visual product line that we carry.
The Air Frame is 65% lighter than the standard ROE Visual Touring Frame, allowing self-supporting walls up to 74’ (24m) high when hung, and 16 feet high when ground supported. ROE Visual was able to reduce the weight by building these frames with aluminum and true carbon fiber. These materials are optimal for durability and weight. The compact size allows the Air Frames to travel in carts attached to the LED Panels allowing easy configuration on site. Its tool-less setup allows rapid deployment, as well as minimal labor and load-in time. Once hung the frames are structured for easy access to replace modules from the front and rear. Reach out for more Air Frame specifications or any other event production needs.
Multiple Products One Frame No Tools
The ROE Air Frame is compatible with the CB3 and CB5 series tile, and is specifically engineered to be a tool less design. Install and strike is incredibly efficient as it’s just a snap here and a unlock there and it is down.
Optional Wind Bracing
The tool-less design of the ROE Air Frame allows the optional wind bracing arm to be removed with minimal effort, while remaining structurally sound while attached.
Optimized Space Utilization
The ROE Air Frame comes with a specially designed dolly that fits truck containers to save on transportation costs. The dollies are easy to move and can be stacked to save on transport.
Easy Panel Access and Protection
The ROE Air Frame allows for convenient front and back replacement of panels from a completed wall. Bottom edge pixel protection design helps maintain panel integrity during installation and transport
Only weighs 12.2 pounds (5.53 KG) before adding tiles
The other day while picking my daughter up from school, I was chatting with another parent and they asked me…
what do you do for a living?
I replied with my typical canned response, “I do production for live events…we do the audio, video, lighting and all that fun stuff.” The other parent replied…
cool…what a fun thing to do for a living.
Later that night, I couldn’t stop thinking about this. They were right, it truly is a fun thing to do for a living. When I was a kid watching awards shows on T.V. or going to concerts, I remember being amazed by the overall scope of these shows and wondering how it all worked. Fast forward a few decades and I now live within that scope and do indeed love it.
Over the last 20 years, I have actually been paid to see some of the most amazing places in the world; places I would have never imagined visiting let alone working in (Moscow & Panama for example). As if that isn’t enough, I have had the great fortune to work with some of the most talented people on the planet…people I can honestly say I consider my family. Alongside these friends/co-workers I get to be a part of the world I watched as a kid. I love the fact I still get excited when I wake up the morning of a show and get to see what we all created together. And did I mention…this is my “job.”
So, while I answered the other parent with a fairly cookie cutter response…I consider what I do for a living to be anything but cookie cutter. They were definitely right…it is a fun thing to do for a living.