Oregon High School welcomes first ever full video display


History is about to be made at Oregon City High School as its first ever full video display is to be installed at Pioneer Stadium.

The renovation at the school’s football stadium, which also will see new turf and an updated running track, will welcome the new display, which is 28ft wide and 16ft high with 15mm line spacing.

During gamedays, fans will also benefit from new levels of audio at the stadium as the video display, designed and installed by electronics company Daktronics, will integrate the company’s Sportsound system which is designed to deliver high-impact commentary and music that is audible above crowd noise.

When not being used during sports events, the video display will be used by students to help them learn part of their curriculum in audio/visual classes.

“If their students were to go to college or pursue a career working with this equipment, it would most likely be a Daktronics display at the college and professional levels,” said a Daktronics spokesperson.

“Students running the board ensure it is being utilized to its full potential, meets sponsor and advertisement agreements and offers hands-on experience with a tangible education.”

February 28, 2018


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