Pre-game videos and inspirational speeches can motivate athletes to dig deep and give 100%. But no matter what technique a team uses to get pumped up, a “fake it ‘til you make it” attitude can never replace true performance. This applies to athletes but also has relevance when choosing sport video displays and scoreboards.
When choosing a video board in your arena or stadium, start by considering pixel pitch. A pixel is a cluster of LEDs, usually one red, one blue and one green. Pitch is the industry term used to describe the distance between pixels. The closer the pixels, the tighter the pitch, which results in a sharper image.
An LED sign with true pixel pitch measures between the centers of each pixel without relying on shared LEDs. This configuration produces a high-quality display that provides exceptional resolution for crisp, vivid content and wide viewing angles. Watchfire’s true pixel configuration will out perform, out hustle and out last others.
HOW OTHERS FAKE IT
Some manufacturers offer alternative pixel configurations. You can spot them by the use of words like “virtual,” “enhanced” or “optimized” pitches. Here is a look at a few different pixel options and how they impact image quality.
When it comes to performance, your team doesn’t cut corners and neither do we. Indoor and outdoor, Watchfire’s sports products feature true pixel configurations to give you the best-looking, most reliable video displays and virtual scoreboards available.
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