For the second consecutive year, the NCAA Men’s Final Four will feature an octagonal LED video wall suspended above the court. Fans attending the 2010 NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Championships this weekend will have a spectacular, high-definition view of all the action, regardless of where they are seated in Lucas Oil Stadium, while fans at home will also experience the giant screens featuring Daktronics LED video technology.

This weekend’s Final Four will offer a first for fans inside Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. GoVision will construct a massive octagonal LED center-hung scoreboard comprising 15- x 28-ft. Daktronics HD12 video screens. Besides being the largest portable center-hung scoreboard ever assembled, it hints at a new scoreboard-related revenue stream because, during the NFL season, it can be seen entertaining fans in the plaza area outside Cowboys Stadium.

Three major events here this month will be broadcast on three of the most technologically advanced varieties of giant high-definition LED screens, ensuring each of the thousands of expected revelers will have a great view of the festivities. The huge Daktronics video screens and related production elements will be provided by GoVision LP (, one of the nation’s premier suppliers of turnkey mobile LED units and customized modular LED walls.