Sign & Digital Graphics

October '14

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104 • October 2014 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S ELECTRIC SIGNAGE They can connect to social media. They need to be more interactive and more focused on who is looking at it. It can take everything in a whole new direction. That's why everybody was kind of excited about this," he says. Formetco built the sign and provided the software to power the sign and "bring this vision to life. Everything went off without a hitch," Gribble says. Gribble and Shanklin claim this is the largest sign of its type in the country. The sign was built in sections. Formetco has a modular cabinet design. Each section was lifted by crane and put into place. Formetco's team then net- worked them together cabinet by cabinet and used graphics control software to tell the sign the dimensions of the screen. "It is running with over two million LEDs and each one of those is indepen-

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