Aug 24, 2010

Quick round up of new video scoreboards

  • Brewers Going With Massive Hi-Def Display for Miller Park Next Season
    "The new video board features a single screen, pure high definition display, and will be the third-largest scoreboard in Major League Baseball at 5,940 square feet. The only larger boards in Major League Baseball are Kansas City’s Kauffman Stadium (8,900 square feet) and Phoenix’s Chase Field (6,200 square feet).
    In addition, the new video board will be just the third true 1080 display in baseball, and the fifth in existence in all major US sports venues. Other facilities featuring 1080 displays include Yankee Stadium (Yankees), Target Field (Twins), Cowboys Stadium (NFL Dallas Cowboys) and American Airlines Center (NBA Dallas Mavericks).
    The video display system will utilize Daktronics newest 15 millimeter LED technology, featuring a tighter resolution and improved image quality, and will measure approximately 54 feet high by 110 feet wide. This technology and its control system allow for complete flexibility in programming. The video board can operate as a single giant display, or be divided into multiple zones (windows) to show a wide variety of statistics, information, graphics, animation and live and recorded video."
  • Photos of the new FedEx Fields Scoreboards
  • Baltimore Ravens get new HD Scoreboard (video)
  • Red Sox eye $10M upgrade to Fenway scoreboards
    Team officials are seeking approval from the Boston Landmarks Commission to replace Fenway’s main video board above the bleachers with a 38-by-100-foot flat screen

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