SACRAMENTO, CA (CelebrityAccess) – The Sacramento Kings and Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company, announced the NBA’s first-ever 4K ultra HD center-hung video board will premiere at Golden 1 Center, the indoor sports and entertainment venue scheduled to open this October in downtown Sacramento.
Totalling over 6,100 square feet, the center-hung video board will feature the largest screens in the League and is over seven times larger than the current video board, KingsVision, at Sleep Train Arena. The four-screen display will include two sideline screens that are over five times larger than the screens currently in use. Utilizing the latest in LED technology, totaling over 32 million pixels across the four screens, fans will have crystal clear views from anywhere in the arena along with immediate replays in 4K ultra HD – four times 1080 HD resolution. Spanning over 84 feet, the total length of the video board will extend nearly baseline to baseline. The ribbon featured atop the video board will be 6 feet 3 inches and the main screens will be over 44 feet wide and over 24 feet tall.
“Our partnership with Panasonic will revolutionize how fans consume the game – giving them an unmatched viewing experience from the moment they walk into Golden 1 Center,” said Kings Owner and Chairman Vivek Ranadivé. “We are proud to deliver the world’s latest technology and provide a transformative experience to the best fans in the NBA.”
Panasonic products will be integrated throughout the downtown Sacramento arena to enrich the fan experience with the latest interactive display technologies.