Las Vegas, NV – The LED display system that has been making a splash at events around New England this fall, has officially been honored as an indispensable video technology at an event that recognizes excellence in the live event industry. The Oracle Black Widow HD 9 has successfully combined the high-resolution sought for indoor displays, with the high-brightness and toughness needed in outdoor environments.
“We’re very proud of the recognition that our friends at Oracle LED are receiving,” said Michael Zaskey, owner of Zasco Productions. “They’ve not only developed a brilliant display technology, but they’re great people, and we feel very fortunate to be their customer.”
Zasco Productions acquired the system, and introduced it for 2013 edition of The Big E, which holds the distinction as the largest fair in the northeast. At the Xfinity Stage, the displays were used to showcase the work of KMJ Video for musical acts such as the The Beach Boys, Hunter Hayes, and former-Eagle Don Felder. From there, the display soared above the massive crowd at Baystate Health’s 20th anniversary Rays of Hope walk.
“Our clients have already had a chance to see just how impressive this technology is,” Zaskey said. “At all of the events where we’ve supplied Oracle LED, people have expressed how genuinely stunning the display is. It’s very rewarding to own and stand behind a product that is so good, it literally speaks for itself. We’re excited that it won the Indispensable Technology award, but we’re certainly not surprised!”
The Parnelli Awards, held in Las Vegas, bring together innovators and professionals from around the production world to recognize the very best in human and technological talent. For more information on the awards, please visit PLSN Magazine.
Zasco Productions’ Black Widow HD9 display system, based in New England, has been working for clients in a variety of cities, and is already in heavy demand for use in 2014.
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