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Samsung’s displays complete the Super Bowl experience

Samsung’s Infinity Screen, one of the most spectacular LED installations in sports stadiums, got its debut at the NFL Super Bowl. Fans of American football and digital signage can look forward to a gigantic show.

The biggest sporting event in the United States took place at Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles (February 14) at 00:30 GMT: the Cincinnati Bengals clashed with the Los Angeles Rams at the 56th NFL Super Bowl for the Vince Lombardi Trophy. The grand final was also a premiere, being the first Super Bowl with the Samsung Infinity Screen that was sure to captivate all eyes.
The display is a giant installation with 6,500 square feet of LED surface area and a total resolution of nearly 80 million pixels:
• It is the largest video wall ever developed in sport – worth £ 2.2 million, with a digital LED display measuring 70,000 square meters
• It weighs 2.2 million pounds
• 1.2 times longer and 1.5 times wider than the track
• It is located 122 feet above the pitch and 70 feet below the top of the stadium
• Controlled by the largest graphical control system in the history of sports signage displays
The different sizes of the video segments are designed so that viewers can clearly see the content displayed on the screen in each session, from the sideline to the top level. It has more than 2,600 large-format screens, LED strips and sound systems. Samsung is the official display, mobile and TV partner of Hollywood Park, a 300-acre sports and entertainment center that includes Sofi Stadium.
The Super Bowl’s famous halftime show will feature legends like Dr. Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar this year.

Samsung will have presentations later this spring at ISE in Barcelona, Spain: