Wow, check out this upcoming HDTV!
You thought the largest HDTV screen war is over? Well! That’s not actually the case! And, before you make any presumptions about Panasonic loosing hold of owning the world’s largest HDTV display for its 103-inchie plasma panel, let me steer you in the right direction! This time Dallas Cowboys Stadium has clinched the title of owning the world’s largest video screen of over 20,000 square feet that earlier rested with Tokyo’s horseracing track.
Remember, back in July, we told you about Mistubishi’s high-definition video screen for Tokyo’s horseracing track that is 218 feet wide and 37 feet tall. Now, the Dallas autorities has shown its love for the football lovers with the announcement of this enormous retractable roof stadium which will not only own the world’s largest video screen which will run from the 20-yard line to the 20-yard line, measuring 180 feet in length and 50 feet in height, but will also hold the title of the biggest domed stadium in the world! There will be eight video boards in this facility to allow fans on all levels to view the game in crisp, clear images during the game. The stadium will see its completion in 2009!