Purdue University invested in ChyronHego’s Paint tool to create illustrations on replays shown during live sports games.
Last year Bose officially became the official headset provider for the NFL. However, the story behind these headsets starts over three years ago. I was able to visit Gillette Stadium and try out these new headsets on the sidelines before the Patriots’ first preseason game against the Green Bay Packers. It taught me a lot about the company and the tech that they create.
Baylor University and Extreme Networks worked together to deploy a new network in McLane Stadium for an improved fan experience.
In order to stay relevant and give fans the best sports experience, colleges are turning to bigger and better technologies.
The Pegula Arena is loaded with 95 HDTVs so hockey fans can keep their eyes on the game no matter where they are. Each T.V. functions off of Z-Band Video’s television distribution system, which connects to a Gen3GigaBOB and GigaBUD. The T.V.s enable fans to run to the restrooms or concession stands, and still watch the game with clear qualities and sharp details, creating an experience that might be better than watching it live. For other colleges looking to imitate the television distribution center at the Pegula Arena, Penn State and Claire Solutions (the system integrator) suggest keeping the project organized, studying how other colleges run their systems, and working with vendors that know what they’re doing.
Boston College’s new video boards help pull people out of their living rooms and into the stands of Alumni Stadium for a full stadium experience.
When Gillette Stadium management decided to renovate suites, they needed audio systems that would make guests feel like they were on the field.
Two RedNet 2 16-channel A-D/D-A converters and two RedNet 3 32-channel I/O digital interfaces transport audio signals across the production facility’s Dante network at near-zero latency
See the new sound system installed at Ottawa Hills High school gymnasium and learn how the district overcame issues with intelligibility and equipment security.
The University of Oregon turned to Biamp Systems’s AudioFLEX digital audio platform and Nexia CS digital processors to enhance the audio options offered within the complex.