Oregon Basketball Court
January 14, 2011 by staff
Oregon Basketball Court, Well, that’s not good. The forward-thinking people at the University of Oregon may have taken a little too far with their new basketball court, causing annoying glare for viewers and irreversible eye damage to anyone looking directly to it.
Initially, we told you about designing new Nike on the court in November. At the time, Tinker Hatfield, vice president of the company, excellently appointed for the design and special projects and Oregon alum, has been described as aimed at “iconic presence on television,” which evokes a “very unique design and visible floor basketball. ”
Well, mission accomplished. Somehow. It certainly had a presence about it, and you cannot say it is not unique.
Oregon and 237 million new arenas have attracted a few other complaints as well. A “ribbon board” has changed colors quite often what is published, noted that Yahoo, as viewers were “watching a strobe light.”
While the new court is certainly the experience of mixed reviews after its unveiling, it is important to note that none of these problems are irreparable. Just make it less shiny, Nike, so that we can all enjoy your basketball crazy.
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