Rams Video: One-Of-A-Kind SoFi Stadium Oculus Video Board Officially In Place
Mark Holtzman – West Coast Aerial Photography; Inc.

The Los Angeles Rams released a video time lapsing their new one-of-a-kind Oculus video board being raised into place at SoFi Stadium.

According to the team’s official website, the 120-yard-long display houses the first-ever 4k HDR video system in a stadium, along with the largest LED content playback system ever deployed. The video board’s screens collectively have 80 million pixels, and behind them sits more than 260 speakers which handle all of the audio for the entire stadium. Additionally, the structure will house 56 5G antennas.

It’s no secret that Rams owner Stan Kroenke pulled out all of the stops when building SoFi Stadium in hopes that it will be a hub for sports and entertainment for years to come.

Here is the time-lapse of the video board being raised as the stadium nears its completion:

Unfortunately for Rams and NFL fans, they likely will not have the luxury of seeing the new stadium and its video board in 2020. In a letter to season-ticket holders, the Rams recently said that they are not anticipating having fans in the stadium this season due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

While that can obviously change at any time, with cases continuing to rise and seeing record numbers in L.A. County, it would be a huge surprise if it got to the point where fans can be in stadiums this year.

Still though, SoFi Stadium is expected to be one of the nicest venues in the world and fans will eventually have the opportunity to enjoy it. In the coming years, there will be Super Bowls, Final Fours, College Football Playoff games, Wrestlemanias, the Olympics and many other big events at the Rams’ state-of-the-art stadium.