SEG Fabric Takes Center Stage as TV Debate Backdrop
Printed Silicone Edge Graphics (SEG) and Light Boxes were used as a backdrop for the Republican debate on FOX News last night. The Fabric graphics were lit from behind with large free-standing SEG Light Boxes, that helped illuminate the stage. Printed using a dye-sublimation process, the colors definitely stood out behind the candidates.
SEG Fabric is popular for TV backdrops because of its non-reflective properties. The fabric is sewn around the edges with a silicone strip that fits into a channel around the perimeter of the frame. When the graphic is stretched taught over the frame, it has a smooth, matte appearance that is ideal for TV backgrounds.
40 VISUALS did not produce the backlit SEG fabric backdrop used at the debate, but does similar projects for clients. If you are interested in learning more about SEG fabric please give us a call at 800-962-3119 or fill out the contact us form.