One of the exhibit techs at the aquarium has some led panels he wants to donate to the space. See below for description and photos.
He can drop them off on Thursday the 24th if we want them. There are 8 of them.
As they are fairly large, and may not get used right away, we would need to store them somewhere.
Do we want them? Does anyone see a use for them? I don’t know what we are allowed f in the way of illuminated signage in our front window…
I’d like to get back to him today, so if I can get feedback by the end of today, that’d be great. We would need someone to be at the space to receive them.
My name is Matt, and I’m the Exhibit Technician over here at The Vancouver Aquarium - An Ocean Wise Initiative (Ocean Wise Conservation Association). I work under the Director of Design.
I want to donate some LED display panels, housed in rigid aluminum frames, that had once been design specifically to be implemented in the front-entrance of the Aquarium.
They are large, of questionable (possibly limited) functionality. 10-12mm pixel pitch, around 3-4 feet square, x eight (8) units.
I’ll give you a call about this in a moment.
Here are some reference images: