Virtuality is the UK's leading stadium LED screen, accounting for over 50% of installations throughout the British football leagues and also featured at a number of stadia for the FIFA 2010 World Cup South Africa.
Having installed the UK's very first stadium LED screens at Aston Villa in 1997, ADI's pedigree in stadium LED screens is second to none, and the Virtuality Stadium series in packed full of features designed specifically for this market.
Available only from ADI, our proprietary brand of Virtuality stadium screens are packed full of the knowledge from over a decade of working in LED technology and the stadium environment. Our 2013 evolution of Virtuality features the same pioneering features and renowned reliability and picture quality but are now 30% more efficient.
All Virtuality stadium LED screens feature virtual pixel technology, with each pixel made up of a red a blue and two green LEDs. Why two green LEDs? Quite simply because green is the predominant colour in stadium sports, ensuring both greater definition and richer greens and also increasing longevity by sharing the power across more LEDs. (need a small illustration here with 2 x green LEDs and a red and blue)
The modular design of Virtuality Stadium screens enables them to be built to virtually any size and ratio to fit your stadium whilst a range of different resolution as well as long term payment options allows us to provide screens to suit all budgets.
Exclusive to ADI, you no longer need an expensive on-site studio to control content for your screens. All Virtuality stadium LED screens are available with Live Venue connectivity – simply connect to the Live Venue network and we can deliver all of your content – even the live match coverage – direct from our studios! See Live Venue for more details.
All Virtuality stadium screens come as a fully designed, installed and maintained solution with full on-site engineer for each matchday to ensure complete reliability.
Virtuality Stadium LED screens are available in 25, 20 and 16mm (virtual 12, 10 and 8mm) resolutions.