This snack stadium is constructed modular. So you can compose smaller versions.
I’ve chosen a 5″ display and soldered the power supply on the back, so you don’t need the plug at the side. Eventually you need to adjust the display case.
The floodlights are controlled by the Raspberry PI (3B+), and they are flshing every 5 minutes in a different way. A building instruction, and the software are added.
The “upper floor” is added with and without holder for the LED nametags.
At the shown size the field has to be printed on DIN A3 (added too).
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