video

walls
country music awards
Garth Brooks

Rutt Video produced the video wall behind Garth Brooks when he performed live in Times Square. The performance, for the annual Country Music Awards broadcast on CBS, was a tribute to his friend Chris LeDoux who had recently passed away after battling a rare form of cancer.

A thirty foot high LED video wall was constructed in the shape of an urban skyline. The video for the wall was placed on a backdrop of a New York office building, created from photos shot out of the Rutt Video edit room windows.

The Rutt Video Time Square segment was switched live into the awards program originating from Madison Square Garden, and then broadcast over the CBS Network where it was viewed by over thirty million people.



mtv awards
MTV Video Music Awards.

Rutt Video created the background images for the MTV Video Music Awards.

This included multiple animations programmed to run on LED displays that were used as design elements throughout the set.



silver muse award
Freedom Center

This seven screen 32 foot wide video wall introduces visitors to a traveling exhibition organized by The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Starting it’s journey in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida it has been on exhibit in numerous cities and has received the American Association of Museum’s 2005 Silver MUSE Award.



displays
Trade Show

Shown here is an example of our grand format production capability for trade shows, promotional events and retail displays. The program was displayed on five high definition plasma panels.



twelve foot screen
Virtua Health

Produced for Virtua Health, one of the nations leading multi-hospital health care facilities, this video wall is made of three 16x9 plasma screens for a total width of over twelve feet.