Local WWE wrestling fans may have seen part of Lancaster County during WrestleMania, the biggest wrestling event, on April 2nd and 3rd.
The company Atomic from Lititsa has helped make a huge neon LED neon logo WrestleMania, according to a recent post on social media.
nuclear, who recently made headlines to build part of the set for the show during a break at the Super Bowl LVI, shared details from the experience on Facebook.
“This year, WWE wanted to create the largest WrestleMania logo ever created for WrestleMania 38,” Atomic project manager Zach Keller said in an email from LNP | LancasterOnline. – So that’s what we did. We started with a design concept from WWE and eventually created a ready-made design using; 1,437 video tiles, 1,200 linear feet of LED neon, 5,780 square feet of hand-machined aluminum cladding, 3,280 lighting control channels. ”
Atomic has worked with several other companies to bring the plan to completion, including WWE, Jason Robinson Design, StageCo Staging Group, Screenworks NEP, ARS Entertainment Rigging, 4Wall, Upstaging Inc., IPG York, Theta Consulting and Bassett Industries, Keller says. .
“The final design included a volume of 48,800 cubic feet; exactly equal to two Boeing 747s, ”says Keller. “Interactive design elements have played an important role in WWE superstars entering the main ring. We are hampered by the ability to produce large-scale parts for WWE and cannot thank our team for their hard work and dedication. ”
Atomic also built four LED signs for wrestling competitions that led to WrestleMania.
This year’s WrestleMania was held at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
The two-night event featured matches between Roman Raines and Brock Lesnar, Johnny Knoxville and Sammy Zane (with some help from fellow weirdo Wee Mann) and AJ Stiles and Edge.
The tweet below shows footage from the match between Styles and Edge, and against the background of the LED sign Atomic WrestleMania is clear.