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U.S. Presidential Inauguration

PLSN Staff • March 2021Showtime • March 4, 2021

The setup for the “America United”-themed ceremony included two mobile LED video screens.

Video Co

Impact Audio Visual


U.S. Capitol Building,

Washington DC


Producer: U.S. Senate Recording Studio

Video Director: Carl Jackson


2       Zeus LED Video Screen trailers, each equipped with LED screens measuring 42 by 22 feet (WxH)

Event Details:

The 46th president of the U.S., Joe Biden, and vice president Kamala Harris, were inaugurated Jan. 20 outdoors at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC. The in-person audience for this event was severely limited to prevent further spreading of the Covid-19 virus. As a result, the need for a long series of LED video displays within view of a large and distant crowd of onlookers was also sharply reduced. But the organizers of the event did opt to provide some LED video support. That came in the form of two trailer-mounted mobile LED video screens from Impact Audio Visual. Each mobile unit included the company’s Zeus LED video screen, measuring 42 by 22 feet in size (WxH) and 7,800 nits in brightness. Each of the two video units were equipped with their own on-board control room and powered by whisper-silent generators.

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