Spotlight Awards

Iowa State University implemented a light show inside Hilton Coliseum, combining Daktronics LED displays with CUE Audio’s technology to send information to fans’ cell phones. The coordination allows fans to be a part of the intro videos before basketball games. Via audio waves, fans’ phones become part of the show by lighting up in coordination with the video displays, creating an immersive experience. Tying in the video displays makes the moment even larger and more impressive.


 

Iowa State University implemented a light show inside Hilton Coliseum, combining Daktronics LED displays with CUE Audio’s technology to send information to fans’ cell phones. The coordination allows fans to be a part of the intro videos before basketball games. Via audio waves, fans’ phones become part of the show by lighting up in coordination with the video displays, creating an immersive experience. Tying in the video displays makes the moment even larger and more impressive.


 

After accumulating a vast collection of historical memorabilia, the Minnesota Vikings leadership needed a space to showcase these commemorative displays and capture the incredible moments in team history to share with new generations of fans.The Vikings Museum is centered around storytelling and combines physical artifacts and displays with moments of interactive technology that bring the stories to life in an engaging manner through audio and video responsive to touch.


 

The Minnesota Twins introduced three new Daktronics narrow pixel pitch displays in their Bat & Barrel club space. The displays feature 2.5-millimeter line spacing to make a premium impression on Twins fans in this entertainment space at Target Field. Mounted directly next to each other, the displays follow the architecture behind the bar area to form a semi-square shape that features one obtuse and one acute angle where the displays meet. The unique configuration draws fans’ attention.


 

Early in 2019, the University of Connecticut unveiled the Werth Family Basketball Champions Center, a project headed by Dimensional Innovations, who selected Daktronics for the LED video portion of the project to bring elite technology to an elite space. Implementing three displays with narrow pixel pitches of 2.5-millimeter line spacing provides a close-viewing technology to connect with visitors in the space, as they look through the championship accolades of the University of Connecticut.