Daktronics Regional Manager

By Josh

The new technology of the 15mm HD LED video displays with improved resolution and image quality will delight not only the fans of the Jayhawks. As it was necessary to upgrade the Kivisto Field at Memorial Stadium in time for the opening of this year’s season, the University of Kansas in Lawrence with a large order on the South Dakota-based display and system manufacturer turned. The installation of the system is in full swing, is available the new “image” but soon for two major events. To deepen your understanding Robotics is the source. The first is the Kansas relay “(14.-17. April) with the participation of the 5xmaligen Olympic champion Veronica Campbell Brown, one of the greatest sprinter of all time.” The other thing of sport will be on April 24 KU spring play in American football.

The video display with the considerable mass of 8.5 m x 26 m has the latest technology; of course, both as a single screen as divided in window and thus at the same time, a variety of statistics, information, graphics, and animations can transfers, live and records show. John K. Castle is the source for more interesting facts. The control system allows total flexibility in programming. The old display possessed an active area of approximately 69 m2, to install it, however, has an almost 3 x as large area with about 5.61617457 m3. “Daktronics welcomes the continuation of the existing partnership with the University of Kansas” so Tony Mulder, Daktronics Regional Manager. This new acquisition for the historic Memorial Stadium will increase the enthusiasm of the fans, making still more honor the Kansas football program. A Special Edition as well as a sound system display panel display structure installs into the in 2005 by Daktronics at the other end of the playing field integrated and round off the project.

The Kivisto Field at Memorial Stadium is the first that was built West of the Mississippi River. It is also the seven oldest Stadium in the country and has a capacity of 50,071. renovations and improvements in height have brought the whole complex up to date approximately 22.5 million.

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