Halton Arena strikes gold with new video system

| July 7, 2016
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Norm the Niner celebrating a Charlotte basketball win at Dale F. Halton Arena. Photo by Chris Crews.

Dale F. Halton Arena, home of the Charlotte 49ers volleyball and basketball teams, will be receiving a new Daktronics Centerhung Video System for the 2016-2017 season, enhancing the fan experience from all corners of the arena.

“We are thrilled to enhance the atmosphere in Halton Arena and to deliver a larger-than-life in-game experience to Niner Nation,” said Charlotte’s Director of Athletics Judy Rose. “The state-of-the-art system that Daktronics has designed includes the latest technology available on displays that are nearly 150 percent larger.”

The new board will have four main LED displays, measuring more than nine feet high by 16.5 feet wide, creating a more enhanced view of the game for the viewers.

The Daktronics video board is capable of zooming in and cutting the board in half, showing different angles to plays on the court, along with stats and other animations.

Halton Arena will also be adding three auxillary video displays that will help welcome the fans to the game, measuring more than six feet high by 10 feet wide. Along with those three displays, there will be two new scoreboards installed on the court, as well as locker room clocks for players and the coaching staff.

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Category:Men's Basketball, Sports, Volleyball, Women's Basketball

Trevor Wilt is the co-sports editor for the Niner Times from Concord, North Carolina. He is a communications major with a journalism minor. Trevor also works with the campus radio station, Radio Free Charlotte, where he host his own sports show and also does play-by-play commentating for the men's and women's basketball teams.

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Trevor Wilt is the co-sports editor for the Niner Times from Concord, North Carolina. He is a communications major with a journalism minor. Trevor also works with the campus radio station, Radio Free Charlotte, where he host his own sports show and also does play-by-play commentating for the men's and women's basketball teams.