The Trenton Thunder (Class AA; Eastern League) are upgrading the scoreboard at Arm & Hammer Park for the 2013 season, with a state-of-the-art multimedia videoboard project on tap.
Once installed, the project, which includes the addition of a 21’ x 68’ high density screen in right field, a new 20′ x 16′ display in left field and a new 14′ x 15′ highway marquee will make unprecedented technological advances while enhancing the fan experience at Arm & Hammer Park.
“This video project is a fantastic way to give the fans something exciting as we start our 20th season,” said Thunder General Manager Will Smith. “There is no doubt that fans will be ‘wowed’ when they walk into the ballpark and see the enormous screens, high resolution picture and superior brightness. The Thunder entertainment experience will exceed everyone’s expectations.”
The centerpiece of the improvement will be the 21’x 68’ world-class videoboard in right field that totals 1,428 square feet, more than four times larger than the previous video screen.
Other aspects of the project include a new message/data display in left field that will provide superior visibility and a larger and higher definition picture display on the highway marquee found outside the stadium along Rt. 29. The Thunder’s video production will now have replay capabilities, enhanced HD cameras, pitch speed and more.
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