Posted in materials on December 4, 2017 3:31 pm EST

Roe Visual Launches Black Marble 4 LED Display

The black, anti-glare surface is reported to ideally fit various high-end applications, while mix-and-match modules help enhance the creative experience.

Roe Black Marble 4; images courtesy of Roe Visual.


 

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TAGS: avl design, led display, video, worship space,

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By Church Designer Staff

BM4 is part of the Roe Black Marble series, which debuted in late 2017. It is a high-end solution for concert stages, worship spaces, TV studios, commercial stands, and a variety of other creative displays.

The design earned the Red Dot Design Award, an international product design and communication design prize awarded by the Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen in Essen, Germany. The award is reported to be one of the most influential competitions in the world, famous as "IF Design Award."

BM4 has been launched with innovative technology, Roe reports, noting some of its strengths as follows:

* Black surface of anti-scratch, non-reflective and high strength

* Matte and shiny tiles are well balanced between contrast and uniformity

* Ground support with new feet and frame installation

* Magnetic modules enable easy setup and maintenance

Roe reports that BM4 provides an ideal solution for houses of worship and their designers to customize stages with creative displays. Outstanding events that have already featured Black Marble LED displays include the Latin American Music Awards with BM4 and the Phoenix Tour with BM7.

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