11.14.2008 09:56 AM
Harvard Stadium installs Daktronics system

Harvard University has installed a new integrated LED video and scoring system, designed and manufactured by Daktronics of Brookings, SD. The new video and scoreboard display at Harvard Stadium replaced the incandescent scoring and message center.

The system features the latest Daktronics LED video technology with the capabilities to present live and recorded video images, animation and graphics with high brightness and wide-angle visibility. The video display is approximately 30ft by 18ft with pixels on 23mm spacing.

The custom scoreboard features home and guest scores with team name message centers, game clock, down, to go, ball on and quarter digits. The video and scoring are integrated through a Daktronics control system.

For more information, visit http://www.daktronics.com/.


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