NBA Unveils Jaw-Dropping LED Court For 2024 NBA All-Star Weekend
The NBA has always been at the forefront of innovation, and this year’s All-Star Weekend is no exception. In a jaw-dropping move, the league has unveiled a state-of-the-art full video LED court that will leave fans in awe.
Developed by ASB GlassFloor, the court is a marvel of engineering. It’s not just a regular hardwood court; it’s an interactive canvas that comes alive during games. Here are some key features:
- Immersive Visual Effects: The LED court is designed to enhance both the in-arena experience and the broadcast. Visual effects displayed on the court include:
- Design and Color Changes: The court can transform its appearance instantly, adapting to different game situations.
- Live Replays and Video Content: Fans can relive crucial moments with real-time replays right on the court.
- Real-Time Game Stats: Imagine seeing player stats and game data directly on the playing surface.
- Player Tracking Animations: Watch as players move across the court with dynamic animations.
- Interactive Games: During timeouts, fans can participate in interactive games displayed on the court.
- Immersive Animations: Key plays and moments come to life through captivating animations
This year’s All-Star Weekend will take in two different venues. While the actual All-Star Game will be held at Indianapolis’ Gainbridge Fieldhouse, with a regular NBA court, All-Star Saturday, as well as Friday’s Celebrity All-Star Game will go down at Lucas Oil Stadium with the new LED court.