Inside Brooklyn Nets’ Barclays Center: The Most High-Tech Stadium in Sports | Video

By - September 25th, 2012

Inside Brooklyn Nets Barclays Center: The Most High Tech Stadium in Sports | Video

Last Friday the $1 billion http://barclayscenter.com/” target=”_blank”>Barclays Center was unveiled to the public following a ceremonial ribbon-cutting. Aside from concerts and college basketball games, the 675,000-square-foot arena will function primarily as the home of the http://nba.com/nets/” target=”_blank”>Brooklyn Nets, the borough’s first major professional franchise since the Dodgers decamped to the West Coast in 1957. The Nets’ home court just might be the most high-tech stadium in sports, with a steel and glass exterior ringed by the Oculus, extending out 117 feet and hovering 30 feet above the main plaza. Its 360-degree high-definition display will show everything from game highlights to art installations. Inside the 18,200-seat facility, fans will enjoy free Wi-Fi, as well as an app that allows them to order food without leaving their seats. There’s also 8,000 square feet of LED signage, highlighted by a high-definition scoreboard visible from all the main doors. Learn more about the Nets’ high-tech new home in the video below.

Inside Brooklyn Nets Barclays Center: The Most High Tech Stadium in Sports | Video

via: http://theverge.com/2012/9/24/3382066/brooklyn-nets-barclays-center-the-most-high-tech-stadium-in-sports” target=”_blank”>The Verge

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