SVG College Summit (Virtual Series): Tech Portal - Daktronics
Tuesday, June 16, 2020Milwaukee Bucks Fiserv Forum - Show Control ExperienceIn 2018, the Milwaukee Bucks constructed their new home, Fiserv Forum. The state of the art facility includes 60 Daktronics LED displays. To integrate every display around the facility, the venue’s operators rely on the power and flexibility of the industry-leading Daktronics Show Control System.Tuesday, June 16, 2020Lighting up Sanford Stadium | University of GeorgiaNew colored LED lighting at Georgia Bulldogs' Sanford Stadium allows an immersive triggered effect from our Show Control System to execute new lighting features. Coordinating with video displays and music, this feature is a new fan favorite. Close collaboration between our on-campus event producers the university led to bringing this idea to life.Tuesday, June 16, 2020University of Georgia | Show Control ExperienceWe chatted with the University of Georgia's production staff to see how Show Control powers their memorable game moments and integrates all of their athletic events into one easy-to-use system.Tuesday, June 16, 2020How Target Center uses Show ControlAric Carpenter runs the show at Target Center for the Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx. We caught up with him to talk about how Show Control is instrumental to his game-day production. For more info, visit Daktronics.com/ShowTuesday, June 16, 2020SVG College Summit (SVG Virtual Series): An Interview with Daktronics' Tony KuckWhile college athletics is on hold, producers of college sports video content are looking for new and innovative ways to evolve their workflows to meet the needs of a post-pandemic world when sports return. This year's SVG College Summit has gone virtual and brings the college sports video community together to hash out these challenges together. In this interview with our Associate Editor Kristian Hernandez, Tony Kuck, Strategic Project Manager - Live Event Control Systems shares the company's latest innovations in in-venue video technology.