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Los Angeles Dodgers Collaborate with ANC Sports to Give Baseball Fans Crystal Clear Video at Stadium

March 04, 2013


As the entire nation awaits the debut of this year’s MLB (News - Alert) season later this month, the Los Angeles’ Dodgers Stadium relishes its receiving of a few cosmetic improvements, including a new giant video display.

In 1980, Dodgers introduced full color video screens. Cut to 2013, and the stadium has developed a video screen display that boasts the highest pixel densities on the market at its size.

With this 10mm surface mount LED display, the Dodger Stadium will be able to feature some of the clearest images in the league.

ANC Sports Enterprises, a provider of integrated signage, design and marketing solutions for sports and commercial facilities, will be spearheading the engineering, installation, integration and daily operation of the display system at the stadium.

Both right and left field at the stadium will be receiving two video display screens. But in order to retain the classic ballpark feel, each have given a hexagonal shape and are completely in sync with the stadium’s original scoreboard design. 

The screens will feature a total active viewing area of approximately 2488 square feet.

Integrating an enhanced scoring system, the displays will be operated by ANC’s VisionSOFT technology. Along with 1080p control room infrastructure, VisionSOFT will maximize image clarity and continuity across more than 2.3 million pixels on each screen.

“We are looking forward to working with the Los Angeles Dodgers, one of the most storied franchises in all of sports, to introduce an enhanced game day baseball experience. ANC’s video displays, advanced operating system and proprietary scoring platform will provide Dodgers fans with an unprecedented visual presentation complete with the most in-depth statistical analysis available,” president and chief executive officer at ANC Sports, Jerry Cifarelli, noted in a statement.

Edited by Braden Becker