Located in Loudoun County Sterling, Dominion High School has provided students with advanced courses and paved their way to bright futures. Following a long quarantine due to the pandemic, Dominion High School decided to hold an extravagant graduation ceremony for the Class of 2021 to make up for the year of online school during the pandemic. This is especially remarkable as the first major event in two years.
To meet up customer’s desires, Pixel Wall provided an enormous video wall with 24’ 7’’ x 16’ 5’’ in size, summing up to 400 sqft. The video wall created a remarkable experience for the audiences by making the views visible for all 2000 participants. It resolved the viewing problem of the great distance from the stage for the families who sat at the end of the large field and provided an immersive experience as if they were on stage with their graduates.
The video wall provided students a chance to keep their memories as all gathered around the screens to take pictures with the banner displayed that Pixel Wall designed, said Dominion High School Principal John Brewer. ”Faced with the challenge of hosting a high school graduation in our stadium during a global pandemic, we were very concerned about the friends and families of our guests not having a great view of the ceremony. Pixel Wall came to the rescue, installing a large LED screen that provided crystal clear images for our guests throughout the venue during the brightest, hottest part of the afternoon. The crowd loved it more than any commencement exercises in school history and Pixel Wall played a huge role in making that happen.”