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PRODUCT: ProPixel Freeform Video Elements, MANUFACTURER: Daktronics

Bright Light

LED video company Daktronics has devoted years to developing new technology for its products, lending its expertise to some of the world’s best properties, like the Grand Lisboa Casino in Macau and Wynn Las Vegas.

The company is now introducing a new line of ProPixel LED products that allow casino owners to combine video and architecture using flexible, free-form video elements that can mount to a wide variety of different surfaces.

The products allow facilities to unlock new possibilities in the realm of creative entertainment by making it possible to wrap video elements around structures of any shape or size with precisely positioned effects, animation or video. Because the elements are designed on a video foundation, rather than a lighting foundation, they deliver smooth motion, accurate image reproduction and rich color depth.

The company currently offers a PXC-73 LED cluster element, a complete line of PXS LED stick elements, full-service concept design, installation and integration services to help customers bring their video concepts to life.

Daktronics recently partnered with Tulsa, Oklahoma’s newly opened River Spirit Casino to create several video displays, including the property’s marquee. River Spirit houses the first Daktronics installation to use three of the company’s lines at the same time.

“This one-of-a-kind digital marquee is an amazing feature you won’t find anywhere else in Tulsa, and we are excited to be the first to provide this cutting-edge technology,” Jenny Cross, director of marketing for River Spirit Casino, said in a statement.

The company also contributed ProPixel free-form video elements to Las Vegas’ newest Strip casino, M Resort.

For more information about the ProPixel LED products, contact Daktronics at1-800-843-5843 or

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