SoFi Stadium’s Oculus Scoreboard Tested Before Opening For Rams And Chargers In 2020

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the construction on SoFi Stadium continues and Thursday saw the first test of the massive Oculus scoreboard that will hang in the center of the stadium.

Video footage of the Oculus being tested shows what the double-sided video board will look like:

According to Stu Jackson of TheRams.com, the scoreboard will 120-yards long and will be the first 4K HDR video system in a sports stadium:

“The¬†only two-sided oval center-hung video board¬†in an¬†NFL¬†stadium, the¬†Oculus is the only 4k¬†end-to-end video production in sports.¬†It also has the largest LED content playback system ever deployed. Every face/display can be uniquely programmed with live content, statistics or animated content.¬†The idea of¬†having a dual-sided display¬†is¬†that no matter where a fan sits in the stadium, they will have a video¬†surface¬†in front of them.”

This stadium is going to be amazing!