Enjoy NBA Games with Samsung’s LED Signage in Atlanta

The Korean tech giant, Samsung, has announced that its SMART LED signage has been installed in the Atlanta Hawks’ State Farm Arena. The whole area was set with LED screens that are more than 12,000 square feet (1115 square meters), combining to offer 10 times more LED video than the previous configuration.


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The main, center-hung video board is a 360-degree, continuous video screen featuring HD quality and 6mm LED video display technology. With the size of 4,477 square feet (416 square meters), the center-hung video display deliver vivid colors and dynamic details that allow fans to take a clearer look at the movements of players.

More than 20 LED displays have been installed throughout the arena, in which more than 30.42 million individual LED pixels are used for these displays to deliver crisp, clear content throughout the arena.


(Image: Samsung)

“We are pleased that NBA fans can enjoy a vibrant viewing environment via our Smart LED signage technology,” said Seog-gi Kim, Executive Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics.

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