Daktronics of Brookings, South Dakota, reports that it has worked with Stanford University to design, manufacture and install a Daktronics centerhung display system. Installation of the system in Maples Pavilion in Stanford, California is scheduled for this summer.
The centerhung display will feature four main displays each measuring about 15.5 feet wide by 8.5 feet high. The main displays will have 6-millimeter line spacing and wide angle visibility for a what the Daktronics says is a superior viewing experience from any seat in the house. Variable content zoning enables the displays to show one large picture or reveal smaller zones comprised of any combination of live video, instant replays, sponsor advertisements, and scoring information.
Four corner displays will add about 70 square feet of display space to compliment the centerhung displays. The corner displays can showcase event sponsors and show current game information and statistics.
“It is an honor to continue our long-standing partnership that spans over three decades with Stanford University,” said Eric Cain, Daktronics sales representative. “Daktronics is grateful to play a part in Stanford’s rich history of tradition and excellence. The new centerhung and auxiliary displays will add yet another level of excitement to an already outstanding game-day experience in Maples Pavilion.”