CASE STUDY

Concord College

Product type: ER & SF
Pixel pitch: 3.9mm & 4mm
Size: Bespoke display, featuring 400 cabinets of SF & 32 cabinets of ER
Installation fact: First display of its kind in an education establishment

In a revolutionary display within the educational sector, infiLED have supplied a fully immersive curved LED display to the prestigious Concord College in Shropshire, situated in the grounds of Acton Burnell Castle. In partnership with AV integrator ADXBA, infiLED were briefed the school’s rationale for the project: to install state-of-the-art digital signage around both the interior and exterior of a cylindrical room in their newly-built science block, including a ceiling canopy.

The design proposal suggested LED wrapped walls allowing for 360o video and informational content, creating a vastly impactful bespoke learning environment for the students of the school. The College’s management intended a content focus around the results of their students work, further creating an inspiring and engaging learning space.

Due to the educational setting and overall outstanding quality of the Concord College installation, this display represents a key point for the infiLED team in confirming our suitability for a wide range of applications. This project illustrates how a full infiLED display solution from inception to implementation including survey, design, installation and service can be applied to any opportunity for digitalisation.

The 360o LED display featured 3 separate displays wrapped around a bespoke frame and room. This created a seamless halo effect, furthering the display’s ability to engage and using 400 cabinets of infiLED’s flexible SF series with a pitch of 4mm, and 32 cabinets of infiLED’s lightweight ER series with a pitch of 3.9mm. The ER series covered the ceiling of the room, while the rubberised and malleable SF series was wrapped around the both the internal and external walls on a framework installed flush into the build – creating a smooth LED display across the entire structure.