LED large screen in sports stadium the role

The LED stadium screen includes three parts: live broadcast content, game time, local time and scoring control system, plus the display screen in the stadium, the circular LED display screen hanging in the stadium, and the advertising screen standing around the stadium. It can make the audience feel the shocking effect of the screen, and let you have a different visual experience and enjoyment. It can not only broadcast the video of basketball games live, but also can be widely used in other game scenes besides basketball games.

The circular LED display is made of more than 100 screens and is used to play video images. It is generally hung in the center of the stadium. Due to its concentrated shape, professional screen can be carried out according to the position and shape of the screen. system control. Its display effect is scientifically adjusted according to the best viewing angle and customer requirements. Advertising displays standing around the stadium can display advertisements very intuitively. Broadcast the latest news from the arena for players, referees and a wide audience.

Sports led screen

The main difference between the sports stadium LED display and other full-color LED displays:

1. The stadium LED full-color screen adopts high visual display technology, which enables the display content to obtain a wider viewing angle and a higher refresh rate to ensure the quality of the video display.

2. The control system of the large LED screen in the stadium is a dual system, and the attached backup system can be switched and used immediately when the control system is abnormal, so as to ensure that the audience does not miss every moment of the game.

3. The software of the sports stadium screen can realize the function of multi-window display, that is to say, one screen can be divided into multiple screens by area according to the needs of customers, and different areas can display different content at the same time, including game screen, game time , game scores, and team member introductions.