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Aurora Cannabis

Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

November 27, 2019, Aurora Cannabis officially announces the grand opening of its experiential flagship store in West Edmonton Mall. The 11,000 square foot facility combines a retail cannabis store and an immersive experiential space.

Aurora Cannabis CEO, Terry Booth, explains, “Aurora is proud to call Edmonton home. It’s here where we established our roots and built our business. There’s no better place for us to open the doors to our flagship store.” We at LIGHTVU can relate to Booth’s reasoning as it aligns with why LIGHTVU continues to be based in Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada.

As seen in the top photo, the LED digital container creates a unique, immersive digital signage experience. This 2 mm pixel pitch LED display solution required a complete custom build using three models of our Canadian-made Aurora Series LED cabinets.

The wall portion of the digital container has a 165″ diagonal and the resolution is 1,664 pixels by 1,290 pixels. The cabinets for the LED wall display connect seamlessly to the ceiling portion thanks to the carefully thought out design. The ceiling portion of the digital container has a 248″ diagonal and the resolution is 1,664 pixels by 2,688 pixels.

The menu board for the Aurora Cannabis Experiential Flagship Store is pretty snazzy to say the least. The 2 mm pixel pitch on the LED menu board allows this digital signage solution to effortlessly display every cannabis product available. The diagonal for this digital menu board is 285″ and the resolution is 3584 pixels wide by 512 pixels high. To put this into perspective, the wall is 24 feet wide by 3.5 feet tall.

The portrait display, bottom photo, has a 68″ diagonal and the resolution of the sign is 384 pixels by 768 pixels. The LED portrait solution features a 2 mm pixel pitch and is built by stacking two of LIGHTVU’s Canadian-made Aurora Series LED cabinets on top of one another.

We are extremely proud to have worked with Aurora and Digital EDGE Media on this project. The end result could not have been better. If you're in Edmonton, don't miss your chance to experience this unique retail environment


Simon Fraser University

Location: Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

Simon Fraser University has been in operation since 2003. The most recent expansion brought about the addition of a new building. AVI-SPL Vancouver did the audio visual integration for the massive project. Arguably the most eye-catching technology in the facility is the three beautiful LED digital display solutions in the two classrooms and lobby area.

The LED signage solution in the Tiered Classroom (top photo) has a diagonal of 316″ and the display features a 2.5 mm pixel pitch. The display is 25 feet wide by 8 feet high. Movies in class have never looked better... PowerPoint presentations look pretty fly as well.

The ultra wide screen, LED display solution in the Lecture Hall has a 385″ diagonal and features a 2.5 mm pixel pitch. As with any ultra wide screen display solution, the diagonal can be difficult to comprehend. The size of this classroom digital signage solution is 31.5 feet wide by 6.5 feet high. Rumor has it, students are still debating which of the two classrooms is best

The lobby sign (bottom picture) is one of LIGHTVU’s standard LED display solutions for post secondary and municipalities. Available as part of our digital message board program, the lobby display has a 183″ diagonal and a 3 mm pixel pitch. The display solution is perfect for any wall or bulkhead in meeting space and waiting area applications. The audio visual consultant on the SFU project said the three displays are phenomenal, especially the lobby display.

Simon Fraser University has raised the bar for Canadian universities. We want to do more projects like this to continue enhancing the learning experience for Canadian students.



Location: Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada

For most churches, technology consists of a retro overhead projector displaying everything from prayers to hymns. So, when a church decides to enhance the experience by upgrading to stunning new technology, it’s understandably surprising and delightful for worshipers.

When Sherwood Park Alliance Church decided to embark on a modernization project a few years ago, they decided it was time to upgrade their AV. Having used projectors in the past, the church decided it was time to move to a dynamic, show-stopping LED display.

On the stage, is LIGHTVU’S Saturn series - Atlas model. The Atlas LED cabinets at SPAC feature front serviceable, magnetic LED modules with power supplies and receive cards being rear serviceable. The LED wall on the stage measures 38' wide by 16' high, with a pixel pitch of 3 mm.

At the back of the room is an overhead LED display that faces the stage. This LED display is our Aurora Series model, which is built in Canada - That's right. An LED display solution built in Canada. The size of SPAC's second LED digital display is 8' wide by 5' high and it has a pixel pitch of 4 mm.

“This church is modernizing at a time when technology can be adopted, taking advantage of the major changes to capabilities and technologies,” says Mark Silvius, LIGHTVU CEO.

With hundreds of worshipers attending the church every week, the modernization project positions SPAC as a forward-thinking institution.


McMaster University

Location: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

McMaster University is in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The university has undergone countless upgrades over the years and the University Student Centre, which is the centre of student life and programming, was the focus of an impressive technology improvement in 2018.

McMaster University engaged Hamilton Video and Sound to design, build, and install a fully integrated AV solution for the Student Centre. Hamilton Video and Sound worked closely with LIGHTVU throughout the design phase to create a solution incorporating LED technology and various other systems.

LIGHTVU manufactured the stunning LED media wall for McMaster in Alberta, Canada. HVS completed the solution by integrating Crestron processor and TOA audio system allowing for full control and precise audio distribution. HVS also integrated an intuitive content management system which is controlled right from the director's desk.

The video wall in McMaster University Student Centre is built using LIGHTVU's Canadian-made Aurora Series LED cabinets. The video wall has a diagonal of 190", measures 12.6' wide by 9.54' tall, and the pixel pitch is 3 mm.. The Aurora LED wall is extra durable and can handle impacts from flying textbooks during exam cram at the university.

Both LIGHTVU and Hamilton Video and Sound are proud of the final result at McMaster University. We encourage anyone in the area to check out the redesigned Student Centre.


Bier Markt
Square One

Location: Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Bier Markt Square One, by Recipe Unlimited, previously Cara Foods, is one of seven Bier Markt locations across Canada. Bier Markt restaurants draw their inspiration from Northern Europe while sourcing local, fresh ingredients for all of their recipes. The culture, passion for food and of course the dedication to the beautiful art of brewing are all present at Bier Markt locations.

Bier Markt Square One wanted to add a little extra to there lounge and decided to add an LED digital video wall to display all major sports events. Best Buy chose LIGHTVU to fill the needs of this project and now there is a beautiful fine pixel pitch Canadian-made LED display solution at Bier Markt Square One in Mississauga, Ontario.

The display is built using LIGHTVU's Canadian-made modular LED panel technology, specifically our Aurora Series LED cabinets. The LED sign in Bier Markt Square One is made up of 4 modular 51" diagonal Aurora cabinets in a 2x2 layout. The wall has a 102" diagonal, measures 7' wide by 4' high and features a finer pixel pitch of 2.5 mm for close viewing. This restaurant LED display has approximately 458,750 individual LED pixels on it which makes for an ultra clear and bright picture quality.

We love installing in restaurants, lounges, and nightclubs with our 2.5 mm pixel pitch Aurora Series display product. This is LIGHTVU's flagship product and we are extremely confident in its reliability. Stop in at Bier Markt Square One to see a quality Canadian-made LED displays built by LIGHTVU. You won't regret the visit.



Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

When Ross Sheppard High School was looking to step up their tech game in 2015, LIGHTVU saw an opportunity to showcase our ability to enhance educational environments. We deployed a leading-edge LED digital scoreboard media wall according to the exact specifications for Ross Sheppard's gymnasium. LIGHTVU has been creating digital LED signage for school's in Alberta for years. The modernization project at Ross Sheppard was a unique opportunity to showcase just what we can do to enhance a gymnasium.

LIGHTVU specializes in manufacturing large LED scoreboard media walls, LED shock clocks, mutli-sport scorekeeper tables, score keeping software, and custom LED solutions. The LED scoreboards in Ross Shep are built using LIGHTVU’s Aurora Series LED cabinets, which delivers a bright, crisp image. The LED's on our Aurora walls have a standard 50,000-hour half-life and the mask makes these media walls extremely durable.

Our custom LED shot clocks are Canadian-made and enable all active components to be serviced and replaced from the front without removing the cabinet from the mount. Forward thinking in design, the scoreboard media walls and shock clocks offer unique features, such as plug and play presentations, score keeping, instant replay, impact resistance, wireless and web-controlled capabilities that are optimized for mobile use.

We are extremely proud of the complete LED solution that has been installed in Ross Sheppard's gymnasium. Our mission is to modernize every school's gym with LED media walls that enhance student engagement during school hours and fan engagement during sports events.



Location: Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada

The Agora Room at Strathcona County Community Centre is home to these two beautiful Canadian-made LED displays. This perfect match was made possible by the leaders of Strathcona County, who wanted to set the facility apart from other halls and community centres around Alberta.

The decision was made to turn to LED technology as a solution for displaying high quality videos and dynamic presentations. The Agora Room in Strathcona Country Hall uses their LED video displays during town meetings, community events, and conferences. These two LED digital signs might just be the best-looking couple of all time.

The Canadian-made LED video walls are built using LIGHTVU's modular Aurora Series 58" cabinets. Each display has 16 cabinets in a 4x4 configuration. The walls have a diagonal of 232", measure 17' wide by 10' high, and display stunning content on a daily basis. The pixel pitch on the LED digital displays is 4 mm, which is perfect for the Agora Room as the minimum viewing distance is generally five meters. That is unless of course visitors move in close to admire the professional design of LIGHTVU's video walls.

We can build this type of LED display solution for you. If you're in Edmonton, a trip to The Agora Room is worth it to see the technology we've installed in the main county hall. LIGHTVU wants to install more twin indoor digital signage displays like this project. Who's next?



Location: Lloydminster, Alberta, Canada

This double-sided outdoor beauty lives at Truck and Trailer (TNT) in Lloydminster, Alberta. TNT heard about LIGHTVU’s design excellence and decided we were the right manufacturer to design their outdoor double-sided LED digital billboard sign. The displays cycle through perfectly timed content and promotions with help from our remote content management system.

Using our outdoor Jupiter Series IP65 LED display solution, LIGHTVU was able to help TNT showcase their brand to the world with a pair of sleek LED designs and an awesome pylon that was custom-made for them.

TNT was in the market for an LED display soon after their old sign was damaged in a wind storm. Impressed with LIGHTVU’s expertise and comprehensive solutions-based digital display designs, it was an easy decision. This allowed us to win the job and add it to our list of LED displays in Canada. This outdoor solution is fed content using LIGHTVU's purpose built outdoor LED processing unit, which is kept safe from the elements using a certified NEMA enclosure.

The TNT double-sided outdoor LED billboard display sign is standing strong today and continues to display messages with explosive colours, contrast, and brightness.



Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

The Royal Alberta Museum opened in 1967 and has hosted upwards of 13,791,155 since then. In 2011, the Government of Alberta decided it was time to upgrade and built a new building set to open in 2018 in Downtown, Edmonton, Alberta. This gave LIGHTVU an incredible opportunity to showcase our custom curved LED display solution. Stantec commissioned LIGHTVU to design the curved LED message board and menu wall for the museum, which can be seen as guests walk through the main lobby.

LIGHTVU worked with the museum, Merge Systems and Stantec to deploy the curved digital display solution. Using the Canadian-made Aurora Series cabinets, LIGHTVU created the custom curved wall with impeccable resolution. This display makes a lasting impression on anyone who visits the new and highly-anticipated Royal Alberta Museum.

"It would have been an obstacle for many companies to do a curve like the one we did [with the LED screen], but it was not an obstacle for LIGHTVU. There was potential [for a challenge], but I can confidently say LIGHTVU succeeded." - Mark Silvius, LIGHTVU CEO.

For the millions of locals and tourists who will visit the Royal Alberta Museum in the years to come, LIGHTVU’s curved LED display will be the first thing they see before going on to learn about Alberta’s incredible heritage.


École Secondaire Notre Dame High School

Location: Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

École Secondaire Notre Dame High School is a Catholic high school in Red Deer, Alberta. The school accommodates 1200 students from grade 10 to 12 and offers courses taught in both English and French languages. The school upgraded the technology in their gymnasium by installing two LED digital scoreboard media displays with full HD video capabilities. The LED gym video walls are easily controlled from desktop computer or mobile device, making the multi-media displays a powerful tool for increasing student engagement.

The two LED electronic scoreboard media walls mirror each other in the corners of the gym facing the main bleachers where spectators watch their friends and families during all sporting events. Equipped with LIGHTVU's very own SCOREVU scoreboard score keeping software, the students and staff are easily able to keep score while pumping up the fans with impressive animations. The LED digital scoreboards have significantly increased the excitement levels in the gym during basketball, volleyball, and other sports events.

"Both displays have been working flawlessly for us. We use them for every game to run our scoreboard and shot clock. The staff and students have really responded well to the new technology in our school, especially the video walls in the gym." - Ryan Birch, Vice Principal.

The LED scoreboard displays in École Secondaire Notre Dame High School are built using LIGHTVU's Tethys Series LED cabinets. These video walls have a 165" diagonal and are each made up of 40 modular LED cabinets, which are connected bringing to life the 14' wide by 9' high scoreboard video walls.



Location: Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

Red Deer College was built in 1964 to serve the small rural community of Red Deer, which has grown to be the third largest city in Alberta. Red Deer College has one of the best athletics programs in Canada, with the Kings and Queens consistently producing great results at national competitions. The sports played include hockey, basketball, volleyball, soccer, badminton, curling, and more.

There are three LIGHTVU LED digital scoreboard displays on campus. One wall mounted in the main gym, one is hanging above the volleyball courts, and one is wall mounted in the hockey arena. The LED scoreboard media walls are used as scoreboards, shot clocks, instant-replays, advertising, and to communicate important messages.

The three LED digital video walls spread throughout Red Deer College are identical. The LED displays are built using LIGHTVU's Canadian-made Aurora Series LED product. Each of these LED video walls are built using 16 modular 58" Aurora cabinets in a 4x4 layout. The walls have a diagonal of 232", measure 17' wide by 10' tall and feature a pixel pitch of 4 mm. Most recently, the scoreboard displays were used for the Canada Winter Games which took place February 15th to March 3rd, 2019.

We are extremely proud to be the manufacturer who designed and built the electronic LED digital scoreboard video displays in Red Deer College. Hosting events like the Canada Winter Games and national college competitions allows people from all over Canada to experience the power of LIGHTVU's multi-sport, multi-purpose LED displays.


Wetaskiwin Composite High School

Location: Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada

Wetaskiwin Composite High School (WCHS) accommodates about 900 grade 9-12 students from the City of Wetaskiwin, Town of Millet and the rural areas that surround the County of Wetaskiwin. In 2018, the school was redesigned and part of the plan was to upgrade the AV systems. This included an LED digital scoreboard display for the gym and an outdoor digital LED billboard sign for the corner of 47th St and 50 Ave in Wetaskiwin.

With help from Digital EDGE Media, a professional audio visual integrator based in Sherwood Park, Alberta, Wetaskiwin was able to make their dream a reality. LIGHTVU built the LED video walls in Canada and Digital EDGE Media took care of the installation. Both walls have worked perfectly since.

In the gym, LIGHTVU's Aurora Series LED Scoreboard Media Wall powers sports events, Christmas concerts, school assemblies, and more. The LED display wall is built using the Canadian-made Aurora 58" LED cabinets with a pixel pitch of 4 mm. The LED display for the gymnasium has a 174" diagonal, is 10' wide by 6' tall and has 368,640 pixels.

"Both displays have worked great for us. We use the gym digital scoreboard video wall during all of our assemblies, school concerts, and sports. The only thing we regret is not going bigger." - Darren Demone, Vice Principal.

The outdoor digital LED billboard sign is LIGHTVU's Jupiter Series Europa model LED cabinets. This outdoor IP65 LED display is 10' wide by 6' tall. The digital signage display important school messages, offers digital advertising potential, and is first to greet visitors to Wetaskiwin Composite High School.


webers walkway

Location: Orillia, Ontario, Canada

On July 11th, 1963 the small city of Orillia in Ontario, Canada saw a new business opened it's doors. Webers Restaurant founded by Paul Weber Sr. began serving hamburgers and hot dogs that were so good the spot was destined to become an Ontario landmark. Operating right alongside Highway 11 and nested within walking distance to Lake Couchiching, it's the perfect place to enjoy a tasty treat and refreshing beverage for locals and those travelling through to the Muskoka's.

The restaurant attracted tens of thousands of customers during the summer months and much of the foot traffic had to cross busy Highway 11 to enjoy Webers delicious food. Not long after the Ministry of transportation installed a chain-link fence above the boxbeam barrier to curtail all the J-walkers... Webers was a major contributor in the construction of a pedestrian bridge built over the highway in 1983 so customers could get their burgers, hot dogs, and fries safely.

In 2019, Webers added some tech to their walkway by installing a double-sided LIGHTVU LED Displays that would play HD content and advertisements for all those walking through to see. This double-sided LED Display is built using our Aurora Series 1280mm x 800mm LED cabinets. To put the size of each modular cabinet in perspective each is the size of a 59" TV. The wall features a 2.5mm pixel pitch and pieces together in a 2 x 1 configuration. Again, double-sided.

The LED Display is brand new in the walkway. It's a nice sight to see as pedestrians cross the walkway on their way to devour a charcoal barbecued burger and famous milkshake. Be sure to stop in at Webers Restaurant this summer and don't miss your chance to check out this brand new LED video wall.