Daktronics upgrades Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum with 8 LED displays
Daktronics plans to design and install eight LED video displays throughout the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Daktronics has been a longtime partner of the University of Southern California, the manager of the Coliseum, according to a press release.
The displays offer 11,000 nits of brightness and are part of a restoration project to remove existing displays and scoreboards. Daktronics will deploy two LED video displays in the upper east side of the stadium. It will also deploy two displays on the east side, measuring 26.5-feet high by 99.5-feet wide and featuring a 15HD pixel layout. The other elements include:
- a 5-foot high by 44.5-foot wide display on the seating fascia;
- a 12-foot high by 25-foot wide peristyle display;
- a 3.5-foot high by 163-foot long pitch perimeter display on the east side of the field; and
- VP-6000 processors to offer control of shapes and aspect ratios of LED displays.
"We're honored and excited to continue our relationship with USC and the Coliseum," Robin Hall, regional manager at Daktronics, said in the release. "This project is rich in tradition and history, and we look forward to providing state-of-the-art technology that will help enhance this Olympic home."