The 2014 World Cup is here… and with it the use of LED screens takes off!May 20, 2014
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It is no secret that football arouses passions and ignites all types of emotions. With just under a month to go before the start of the Brazil 2014 World Cup, the time of technology has arrived.
In general, during the weeks running up to these large sporting events, the sale of large format and visual quality televisions skyrockets. And, under those conditions, there is nothing better than a good LED screen.
For these events, fans look for televisions of 40 or more inches to watch the World Cup matches in full colour and without missing any single detail. In some way, this enables them to emulate the large LED screens that will dominate the playing field.
In fact, cutting-edge technology is going to be a constant feature in the different World Cup host stadiums. From 4G networks to LED panels, including drones and green energy. But the star will undoubtedly be the Spidercam, an innovative camera that will be placed at the top of the stadium and that will permit following the game from above, in high-definition and with almost impossible angles.
With respect to LED technology, to launch it with maximum guarantees and optimise energy expenditure, this will be generated through photovoltaic cells. No more and no less than 3,650 panels that will generate 1,500 MWh of electricity per year, that is, 30% of the annual energy demand of the stadium.