Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, construction on SoFi Stadium continues, and although three summer concerts have been postponed, the $5 billion project is still ongoing on making progress.
The Oculus videoboard is the focal point of the stadium, which spans 120 yards with content shown on both sides.
On Friday, the scoreboard was raised off the ground, but only halfway.
Stu Jackson of TheRams.com described the 120-yard-long Oculus as the first 4K HDR video system in a sports stadium:
“The only two-sided oval center-hung video board in an NFL stadium, the Oculus is the only 4k end-to-end video production in sports. It also has the largest LED content playback system ever deployed. Every face/display can be uniquely programmed with live content, statistics or animated content. The idea of having a dual-sided display is that no matter where a fan sits in the stadium, they will have a video surface in front of them.”
Here’s a view from ground level with the Oculus halfway to its peak.
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