Costa Mesa, California-based Delphi Display Systems, which provides customized digital signage, hardware and other service solutions to a variety of industries, announces the installation of two large-format LED digital signs at a performance arts center in Orange County, California.
The Pacific Symphony and OC Music and Dance Center is Orange County’s only nonprofit community performing arts school. It recently moved into its new headquarters in Irvine, California, which is owned by Zion Enterprises, a real estate development company.
The first LED sign is installed as a digital backdrop behind the 150-seat Black Box Theater stage, located in the heart of the facility. That sign, measuring 20’ x 8’, spans the entire width of the stage and provides a seamless digital canvas of high resolution LEDs to be used to create a dynamic backdrop of color, video and imagery that is used to enhance every live performance.
The second installation is an outdoor LED dual-sided monument sign facing MacArthur Boulevard, the busy street that runs by the facility. That sign, measuring 14’ x 7’, provides the Pacific Symphony and OC Music and Dance with the ability to use bright and vivid digital content to promote their brands and provide information to motorists passing by.
“The Symphony has heard positive feedback from many Irvine residents about our sign and are now much more aware of our new home,” says John Forsyte, president of the Pacific Symphony. “In the long run, this will lead to more foot traffic in our ticket office, interest in the classes offered by our neighbors at OC Music and Dance and enhance general brand recognition.”