Venues, large and small, call for custom sound system arrangements to make sure fans experience optimal audio clarity. There are two common system designs which provide different advantages depending on your environment: point source and distributed.
Theme nights define the fan experience at Minor League Baseball games, providing fun, affordable entertainment for the local community. Some teams may include three themes in a season. The Reno Aces recently checked off that number in a weekend, pulling off three different fan promotions and video display looks over Friday, Saturday and Sunday schedules.
During their 2018 playoff appearance, the San Jose Sharks gave their fans something that they’re sure to not forget any time soon, with an epic Playoff game intro segment. The SAP Center Staff and Daktronics Applications Engineer, Katrina Stackpole, collaborated to take a complicated, multi-step show and simplify it down to one click of a button from their Show Control monitor.
Every year, Prada introduces a new collection to the world through their runway show, most recently presenting the Resort 2019 collection at Times Square. The show added something different this year by also presenting the show on LED displays in the Square.
The recent Colorado Rockies renovation pushed the boundaries of innovation on many fronts. Along with the custom display design reflecting their mountain-shaped logo, the Rockies are also embarking on a new frontier of image quality.
This year on President's Day, Daktronics engineers from across the company gathered at the Swiftel Center in Brookings, South Dakota to show their groups' recent innovations to fellow coworkers and local engineering students.
What's it like to have an inside look at early, top secret product design ideas? Lenny Sik knows a little bit about that. He runs the product development shop in Brookings, South Dakota, where countless concepts for new Daktronics products and features go through a first round of the proof-of-concept gauntlet.
As part of National Engineering Week, we recently sat down with Megan Wiskur, 10-year engineer team member, to talk about how video processing enhances the fan experience and what it's like developing this technology at Daktronics.