AusSport video scoreboards for Rugby Union give you the ability to display your scores and time in any layout, along with sponsor advertising (still images or video) for increased club revenue. It is much easier to sell sponsor advertisements when they know all eyes will be directed towards the scoreboard at crucial parts of the match.
These displays come in varying resolutions which define how good the image will look at a given distance. Which one you need is dependant on your viewing distance. To recommend the best Pixel pitch we use a calculation invented by Apple for their 'Retina' Displays.
As Steve Jobs said: "It turns out there’s a magic number right around 300 pixels per inch, that when you hold something around to 10 to 12 inches away from your eyes, is the limit of the human retina to differentiate the pixels."
When you crunch the numbers a P16 display (the lowest resolution we offer) will be 'Retina' quality at 56m. This is generally much closer than the typical spectator at a Rugby match, however you may need to think about an upgrade to a P10 or better if you will be sitting closer to the screen for community movie nights.
LED Display Quality
AusSport LED screens are sourced only from trusted suppliers. These suppliers have been hand picked from the 1000s of possible choices to ensure our product is rock solid. Our staff have visitied their factories and have training from both the screen and control system manufacturers. While the manufacturer is very important, the type of screen cabinet is too. Protecting your investment from the elements is critical. Fully sealed display units are our default option for all customers.
This scoreboard package includes
GameChanger scoring software for Rugby Union, and other sports as required including Cricket, Soccer, AFL, League etc.
Ability to display all types of graphics, text & video
Player profiles and goal animations
Wireless data connection
FREE lifetime software updates to enable more features</li
The scoreboard can also do the following with additional hardware/software
Include video input such as DVD/Blu-ray players, set top box or live video feed connection