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LBCC Installs Daktronics Freeform Marquee Displays

ProPixel LED sticks deliver video, animation and special effects.

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Daktronics Inc. (Brookings, SD) has designed, manufactured and installed new marquee video and messaging displays at the campuses of Long Beach (CA) City College (LBCC).
The 8 x 7-ft. marquee, located on the community college’s Pacific Coast Campus, features the LBCC logo above a curved, LED video display that comprises ProPixel® freeform LED sticks. Designed to be incorporated into a structure of any size or shape with video, animation, color effects, text messages and live data, the ProPixel® LED elements use ultra-bright LEDs. The freeform video elements are individually mountable, direct-view pixels that deliver full-motion video, animation and special effects.
A second marquee on LBCC’s Liberal Arts Campus will feature a two-sided Daktronics video display, each side measuring more than 5 x 9 ft. With pixels spaced at 16mm, this display will show recorded video, animations, graphics, text and announcements.
Established in 1927, LBCC is divided into two campuses: the Liberal Arts Campus, located in the residential community of the Lakewood Village section of Long Beach, and the Pacific Coast Campus, in central Long Beach.
For more information about Daktronics, visit www.daktronics.com.
 

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