The Milwaukee Bucks are set to move into its new home in 2018. To make sure fans never miss a play, the NBA team has partnered with Daktronics to create what will be the league’s largest equilateral centerhung video display — 3,922 square feet of visual stimulation. Comprised of four equally sized video displays, this main display will cover more than 75% of the court and will have features underneath so no views are obstructed.
The record breaking centerpiece will be complemented inside by 9,500 square feet of additional displays in the form of 52 display systems totaling more than 16 million LEDs. Outside there will also be two displays on the corner of the arena and corner of the parking lot. Finally, a 1.9-millimeter Ultra-High Definition display will be outfitted as a backdrop for press conferences.
In a statement on Tuesday, Bucks president Peter Feigin said that, “Daktronics is the best in the business at creating that ‘wow’ factor for fans in all corners of the building. Our ownership is committed to providing an absolutely world-class experience for every guest, and we’re beyond excited for what this digital system will do for the fan experience in our building and throughout the surrounding development.”
Currently Daktronics has outfitted 22 NBA facilities with scoring and/or display equipment. Check out the video above to see the mock up.