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JCM Makes Major California Installation

Diversified gaming supplier JCM Global announced that it has installed the largest curved video wall in North America at California’s Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino. The video wall, created using flexible Nano Curve LED displays from NanoLumens, is visible throughout the entire Casino of the Moon.

Measuring 38 feet by 21 feet—a total of 800 square feet of HD-LED video screens, roughly the size of 44-foot, flat-screen TVs—the curved video wall is comprised of 1517 Nixels (NanoLumens’ LED board), housing a total of 776,704 pixels, projecting colors in excess of 16 million.

JCM Global’s digital media team directed the installation of the JCM NanoLumens video wall. JCM expedited the installation with a 24/7 installation schedule over a three-day period. Additionally, the Tachi Palace installation deploys JCM’s media management system for a simple, operator-controlled method of “publishing” to the wall.

Nano Curve LED displays installed at Tachi Palace are extremely energy-efficient, with a total estimated cost of power consumption of just $1,585 per annum. Plus, no supplemental cooling system is necessary. In fact, the displays are cool to the touch.

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