SPS provides Barco for Crufts 2006
21 March 2006
UK - SPS supplied the Kennel Club with a spectacular LED display for this year's Crufts event - the world's leading dog show. The installation of a four sided 'cube' display was a great solution that provided stunning visuals to all four corners of the arena - something not achieved in previous years.
Nicholas Brooks-Ward of the Kennel Club commented: "Everyone at Crufts was thrilled with the screens. They added a huge amount to the event for everyone in the arena as well as forming an intrinsic part of the BBC television coverage."
Four-sided displays are becoming more common in permanent arena installations, but this was the first time that a temporary installation of this kind has been installed at the NEC. Barco Dlite 7mm LED provided the viewing public with clear high resolution images. Each screen measured 10sqm 3.6m wide by 2.5m high. Live feeds from the BBC were used in conjunction with the judges' scoreboard and sponsors material.
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