ANC Sports Enterprises is helping to transform the atmosphere at Brigham Young University’s LaVell Edwards Stadium with a new video display system.
The new system includes two, high-definition video screens measuring 35 feet high-by-50 feet wide. These ANC Sports’ 16mm surface mount LED video screens are manufactured with the newest outdoor surface mount technology that includes higher pixel densities than traditional lamp LED displays for sharper, clearer imagery. The screens will display live action, replays, game animations, team logos, student athlete features, and real-time statistics.
ANC is spearheading the engineering, manufacturing, and installation of the LED display system, which in addition to the video screens includes more than 950 feet of ANC’s 25mm LED ribbon. Approximately 240 feet of LED ribbon will flank both sides of each scoreboard, running across the top of the stadium. These displays will measure approximately four feet tall and will provide the stadium with real-time statistics, energetic animations, university branding, and sponsor acknowledgements.
Driven by ANC’s VisionSOFT™ operating system, BYU’s new LED video screens will receive uncompressed content enabling them to
feature the purest visuals possible. These visuals will be capable of synchronizing together to appear as one theme or segmenting into different elements to provide fans with various informational and entertaining content.
“We are excited to partner with Brigham Young University to enhance the fan experience at LaVell Edwards Stadium through our state-of-the-art display technologies,” said Jerry Cifarelli, president and chief executive officer of ANC Sports. “Combining ANC’s patent-pending operating system with the evolving outdoor surface mount LED technology will create some of the sharpest visuals in outdoor sports, providing BYU fans with unprecedented visual detail for live video, replays, and game animations.”
The signage system will be unveiled prior to the Cougars’ first home game this season on August 30th.
To get a look at the screens during fabrication, view this video.