Brooklyn Stadium Offers Free Wi-Fi, LTE and 3G Service to Spectators
Brookyn's Barclays Center, is one of the most high-tech and expensive stadium ever built
Sports fans and concert goers will be in awe as they set their foot at the newly-built stadium in Brooklyn, the Barclays Center. The new stadium is a $1 billion building that offers advanced high-tech amenities to its customers.
It showcases an Oculus, a 360 degree LED marquee that surrounds the street-level pavilion. It can play videos, commercials and air live footages during games and performances. Besides its awesome video screens, the stadium also boasts of an 8,000 sq. ft. of LED signage and a three-story tall HD center score board.
Its in-house lighting system uses the latest technology, which the stadium’s director of technology, Chip Foley, find impressive, since it will be the first time he will be using it.
Spectators who are inside and outside the building can also avail of the stadium’s free Wi-Fi, LTE and 3G service. They can also use an app that allows people to order food from where they are seated.
Rumors of a hidden outpost of Jay-Z’s 40/40 club on the second level have leaked. However managers and players of the Nets can’t confirm its existence since they are afraid of losing their jobs.
The fans of the Brooklyn Nets can catch their game at the Barclays Center, this November 1. Big stars like Barbara Streisand, Jay-Z, Justin Beiber and The Who, are all set to hold a concert in the same venue.View Article Source »