On the occasion of IDEA – Video Next Generation, an event organized by Prase Media Technologies and held on October 23rd, Euromet presented on the European market its new Stand/Cart for large LEDs and video walls
Volta is the name of the prominent novelty presented by Euromet on occasion of IDEA – Video Next Generation, a composite and interesting event whose organization is due to Prase Media Technologies. Held at the headquarters in Prase, in Noventa di Piave, Wednesday, October 23, IDEA has seen among other brands the participation of Euromet, which has unveiled its latest innovations, including Volta, the new Stand/Cart designed for LEDs and large videowall.
The most important design innovation consists in the arched structure, characterized by a vault that gives the product a stable, beautiful to look at and above all modular line. Furthermore, Volta is easy to move thanks to its high center of gravity, while the design enhances and emphasizes the quality of the video walls or led walls, adding a touch of originality to the shape. It is, as we said, a modular support: in fact, by adding an arch element, the support also adapts to the size of the largest videowalls, and allows hot air circulation thanks to the presence of modular panels that protect and cover the wires in the part back of the structure.
At the design level, great care was taken in thinking about each component, from the connections to the concealed screws, all with the aim of offering linearity, rapid assembly and ease of transport. All the components of Volta are in fact contained in a case, and the support can be customized both in color and in accessories, such as a rack that collects the necessary components for LEDs and video walls (keyboards, mice and other instruments).
In short, with Volta, the range of Euromet products designed for the rental world is expanded, in particular for applications such as fairs, company meetings, congresses, presentations, commercial inaugurations, public events (even outdoors), fashion shows, exhibitions and museums.
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