Thor AV partners with Brompton Technology
Friday, 30 July 2021
bromptonThor and Brompton’s partnership unlocks the most advanced design potential
USA - Minneapolis-based developer of LED video walls and headset microphones, Thor AV, focuses on sharing best practices and providing reliability and excellence in audiovisual performance.
The company works on a wide range of projects, from fixed installations such as The Belonging Co.’s culture-shaping church, to Signature Productions Group’s rental applications for the meetings and special events industry. It has chosen Brompton LED processing as its trusted LED partner, helping its clients to create a visual experience that is lifelike and real.
“Over the past couple years, we’ve seen a shift from ‘We need LED walls’ to ‘We need manufacturers that genuinely understand our specialties’,” says Thor AV’s director of sales & marketing, Luke Vettel. “There is a category within the LED wall industry that demands a certain spec. In 2021, we continue to have more conversations about on-camera, live production environments and also XR/VR studios. We are thrilled to partner with Brompton in this space because of their pioneering advanced LED processing features for on-camera performance, in-depth control, and colour rendering versatility.”
Vettel notes that using the low latency, higher frame rates, and frame remapping features offered by the Tessera software elevates the pairing with Thor’s premium LED panels. “The dialogue with our demanding customer base keeps us attuned to their ever-growing needs and the challenges of bringing the story on screen to life,” he continues.
Thor and Brompton’s partnership unlocks the most advanced design potential for Thor LED panels, according to Vettel. “The outcome of these improvements brings out the artistic ability for customers to enhance colour profile and visual performance. We share Brompton’s sentiment of delivering world-class performance, education, and continue to work together to up the game for our customers,” he adds.

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