The four-sided 1.25mm curved LED feature from SNA Displays at a National Hockey League team’s arena in Columbus, Ohio can display 8.3 million pixels of imagery.

Centrehung LED ‘mini scoreboard’ graces sports locker room

The National Hockey League’s Columbus Blue Jackets HAS added a mini centre-hung video display system to its players’ locker room at the team’s Nationwide Arena.

The feature includes four curved LED screens from SNA Displays’ BRILLIANT Interior range. Built with high-resolution 1.25 mm pixel pitch LED screens, the new installation is essentially a miniature version of the scoreboards seen at the centre of many sporting arenas.

Each screen has a high-definition resolution of 1,080 pixels highC by 1,920 pixels wide, amounting to approximately 8.3 million pixels in total.

In addition, each display can be controlled remotely and synced with the sound system in the room.

SNA Displays worked with the locker room’s AV integrator, SoundCom, which built the rack, ran low-voltage cabling and was contracted to install the display. The installation team coordinated closely on dimensions, weights, and specifications with the centre-hung frame fabricator Jones Signs.

Owner-representative Anthony James Partners provided consulting services throughout each phase of the project, while Osborn Engineering designed and oversaw the development of the structure of the display. The multiphase renovation of the stadium as as whole was led by general contractor Barton Malow Builders.

Reference : AVinteractive