The Grand Finale of the 2017 Woman’s Asian Club Volleyball Championship took place at the Boris Alexandrov Sports Palace in Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan. The volleyball venue is now equipped with LED displays from Colosseo technology. Teams from Kazakhstan, Japan, Philippines, and Iran battled for the title of the best volleyball club in Asia.
The LED displays include a uniquely designed indoor HD LED screen which spans over 33 meters wide. The large screen has 8 mm line spacing and a resolution surpassing 4K. The arena also installed LED perimeter video boards with the same 8 mm line spacing.
Venue Offers Video Solution for Referee Judgment
Along with the displays, the venue offers the Volleyball Challenge System, a video solution for referee judgment, which allows teams to request a review of actions that they suspect are faults that the referees or line judges did not identify and duly signal. The challenge system employs 16 high-frame-rate cameras with up to 200 fps for maximum judgment precision. The entire system is specially designed for volleyball games and is also fully integrated and connected to the Colosseo scoring, timekeeping, and statistical system.
The impressive final ceremony involved permanently installed 3D mapping and projection on the court with the latest Colosseo projectors and content control with resolution surpassing 4K. The Colosseo Single Media Platform directly manages the content for all the LED displays.
Other world venues including the Verizon Center, Paris Bercy/Accor Hotels Arena, VTB Ice Palace Moscow use the media platform, and Zenit Arena in St. Petersburg for will employ the platform in the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup.