Ice Hockey Video Fly Pack Editing/Streaming System Case
This case was designed for the hockey team at the University of California at Santa Barbara. The case is designed to be a mobile production hub used by the team’s video staff for editing and streaming of games.
The case interior features 2 monitors mounted on positon control boards. The position control boards allow the monitors to be folded over a 100-degree plane from a down position. Position control hinges allow the monitors to act similar to a laptop screen, users can position the screens where they need them without the need for supports or braces. Each monitor is attached to the position control board via a Chief tilting mount providing the user with a greater level of positioning in a sitting position. Below the monitors are dual 4RU rack sections. Each section provides 16” of rackable depth to accommodate outboard equipment.
The main work surface is built out of ¾” Baltic Birch plywood. Multi position locking latches are used to allow the user to extend the work surface and lock in into place. The work surface can be locked in 20 positions ranging from fully extended to fully retracted. The work surface is 44.5” wide x 21.5” deep.
Below the main work surface are 3 drawers, an open accessory compartment, and a foam lined compartment for a Dell computer. Each drawer is built out of ½” Baltic Birch plywood, mounted on HD Accuride glides and finished in black texture coated finish. The main front lid features table legs allow it to be used as an additional work surface during use. The case exterior features D-Ring shackles that allow the case to be secured to a fixed mounting post in the arena where it stored to prevent moving or theft. The case lids feature key locking latches, and 4” Colson casters.
Special thanks to Ice Hockey at UCSB!