Muskego High School in Wisconsin has installed the state’s largest school football field video display, which stands at 17ft high by 30ft wide.
As video displays become bigger, higher definition and more of a commercial asset, Muskego High joins the growing number of schools and colleges that are placing a high value on installing state-of-the-art display technology.
The display, which has been designed and manufactured by US-based digital audiovisual company Daktronics, has generated enough revenue that the school will also install a scorer’s table inside the school.
“Video displays have become more an educational tool rather than just a scoring solution. They are essentially an advertising medium operated by students that are able to generate hundreds of thousands of dollars. It’s exciting to be a part of as schools build new relationships within the business community,” said Chris Kretsch, regional sales representative of Daktronics.