Mexico. Panasonic equipped with a system of giant screens -unique in Mexico (including headbands and a translucent screen) -; digital signage with dozens of monitors and a vast team of cameras, switchers and Full HD recorders for the production of video and television content at the Alfredo Harp Helú stadium in Mexico City, this for the production of amenities in the games of the Devils Rojos de México and for the broadcast of Diablos TV, said Eleazar Omar López, manager of Large LED Project B2B of Panasonic Mexico.
"At the Alfredo Harp Helú stadium we installed 969 square meters of LED screens. In the main screens we install 21 meters by 12, which will give us Full HD resolution; we also installed four braces or fascias, which are four 72 meters by 60 centimeters high. The low fascias are 62 meters by 64 centimeters high ", described the executive.
He added that "Apart we install screens within the field that can absorb a certain number of impacts, which have a 10 pitch and are four; plus two screens behind home. In addition, we installed a curtain screen at the entrance of the stadium, which has a level of transparency and you can see the entry of baseball fans. 11 LED-type screens, plus screens for boxes, shop, ticket office and professional video equipment, which includes professional cameras, portable and robotic cameras, as well as audio, video and switcher control. "
Lopez said he offers a complete family entertainment experience that goes beyond baseball diamond's actions. With these technological resources, both the fans who visit the stadium and who follow the game from home through the signal generated by Diablos TV, live closely the emotions of the Mexican capital team. "It took three months to provide the equipment, as well as the installation, but we were also working with the stadium over two years on the design, placement, location of the screens to manufacture and deliver them. The screens are Full HD, although we are slightly above a Full HD screen. The estimated life time of each of these teams is 30 years ".
He added: "We have installed this type of equipment in studios of Televisa and in the Azteca stadium. We did the screen renewal and although we put slightly more previous technologies, the results have been optimal and with many years of life ahead. "
On the Diablos TV broadcast, López said: "The Diablos TV signal is produced almost entirely with Panasonic technology. This is a very ambitious project, headed by Mr. Alfredo Harp and that we fortunately carry out in a timely manner and the results are incredible ".
The Mexican director Ginelin Gallardo, said: "Diablos TV has established itself as the baseball channel with the best broadcasts of the Mexican Baseball League; this is what the comments on social networks do, where it is considered that Diablos TV is a channel with a level of the 'Major Leagues'. It has been a long process, today we are proud of our team: five cameramen, six operators for the functions of repetitions, switcher, graphics, robotics, audio and video; two assistants and two producers, "he said.
Text written by Vlad Martínez, special for AVI LATINOAMÉRICA.