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Impression, new Spot One and G-LEC make the day at Germany’s biggest indoor rave

In 1991, an instantaneous idea to help a local radio station set the path for what would end up as Germany’s greatest indoor rave – MAYDAY. Traditionally held on the night before May 1st, MAYDAY has been in residence since 1997 at Dortmund’s Westfalenhallen. Just as the ARENA in hall 1 represents Trance and softer sounds, so the EMPIRE in hall 3 draws fans of hard Techno and Electro. Inside the... more details
London, January 2009

G-LEC opens dedicated UK operation

For the first time in the UK, G-LEC is to open a dedicated sales office. Based in central London, G-LEC UK will manage all sales for architectural and other installations, as well as supporting G-LEC's UK rental partners. Until now, rental projects have been the focus of G-LEC's business in the UK, but Lars Wolf, managing director of G-LEC Europe, wants to begin to put more emphasis on the... more details
Vienna, November 2008

G-LEC LED video system provides high impact value for Siemens

Ensuring strong corporate identity plus high visibility for a stand in a large exhibition can be challenging, particularly when the client is an international blue chip company. Thomas Mayr, of Austria’s 3D Company, was presented with just such a challenge for Siemens’ 832 m² stand at Vienna-Tec, Austria’s largest industrial trade fair, in October. The exhibition combines six top international... more details
Berlin, September 2008

H.O.M.E. at Europe’s IFA exhibition

Through corporate architects aPLEX and corporate identity designers PLEX, G-LEC recently collaborated with Germany’s H.O.M.E. magazine, at Europe’s IFA exhibition, Europe’s largest consumer electronics fair. more details
Munich, September 2008

G-LEC develops new media façade for BMW Museum

The BMW Museum in Munich reopened in June this year, following a major four year refurbishment of the existing exhibition and renovation of the building. Technology has moved on since the original museum bowl was built in 1973, and dynamic architecture was an essential part of the new exhibition space for a brand museum that wants to be seen as a benchmark. The automotive giant has carefully... more details
September 2008

The Chimera system from G-LEC – the first ‘cut to fit’ LED video system

While LED video products come in standard frames, buildings come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, with difficult to accommodate doorways, windows and corners. Combining two existing products – LEDs and printed circuit boards – G-LEC’s Chimera is the first product to offer absolute flexibility of shape without compromising control over individual LEDs, offering designers enormous possibilities for... more details
May 2008

G-LEC take part in inter-active art

At the core of this year’s DMY International Design Festival 2008, from May 21 to May 25, is DMY Youngsters. Taking place in central exhibition hall of the Arena in Berlin-Treptow, DMY Youngsters delights in the unconventional, imaginative and free-thinking spirit of young designers. G-LEC is proud to be a sponsor of DMY Youngsters. Like G-LEC, DMY Youngsters knows no laws or... more details
February 2008

Customised technology from G-LEC helps Volkswagen stand out from the crowd

Volkswagen made sure its stand would be noticed at this year’s North American International Auto Show, with a little help from G-LEC’s Phantom 30 technology. The show, which was held in Detroit in January, showcased jaw-dropping exhibits, production and concept vehicles and exciting, fun-filled attractions. Among the displays was Volkswagen’s eye-catching stand with 44 metre wide, custom made... more details
November 2007

G-LEC goes higher and higher with Phantom 30

With a solid reputation for innovation in the art of visual technology, G-LEC is once again leading the way with the Phantom 30, being seen in the UK for the first time at PLASA 2007. With a resolution four times higher than the original Phantom, the Phantom 30 meets all the requirements for a transparent, super bright, high resolution, lightweight LED system that can be used indoors and out -... more details
November 2007

G-LEC introduces complete flexibility with B:xel System

Stretching the boundaries of the art and technology of LED lighting ever further, G-LEC’s revolutionary B:xel system enables powerful LED video technology to be incorporated into almost any physical structure, including complicated shapes and curves, decorative or scenic elements, walls and ceilings. Launched at PLASA 2007, the B:xel system brings G-LEC LED video technology to the most... more details