Royals upgrading CrownVision display board during offseason to be tallest HDR board in baseball

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KANSAS CITY, MO – JULY 10: A general view of an American Flag being stretched out and help by Military Personnel as a Stealth Bomber performs a flyover during the 83rd MLB All-Star Game at Kauffman Stadium on July 10, 2012 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Throughout the offseason, the Kansas City Royals will be upgrading the CrownVision display board and the outfield fence display as well as adding a new board in left field that will cover the entire wall of the Hall of Fame.

Royals Chairman and CEO John Sherman said they are very excited to bring these new and improved video boards to fans at Kauffman Stadium.

“We believe everyone will enjoy the enhanced HDR presentation of CrownVision while the new Hall of Fame board will provide great entertainment possibilities together with dynamic ways for our corporate sponsors to connect with our fans,” Sherman said. “We can’t wait to welcome our fans back to The K next season to share these new experiences together.”

The renovation began this week with crews removing the previous boards. CrownVision’s video board will be upgraded to HDR, which will be the fourth largest HDR video board in baseball, and the tallest HDR board in baseball or football.

Pixels will increase by 138% allowing the human eye to see over a billion colors, thus allowing more contrast and a clearer picture. The board will be 105 feet by 85 feet. The process will take approximately a total of six weeks to complete.

The previous HD board debuted before the 2008 season.

The Royals Hall of Fame board will be five times taller than the ribbon board that is currently in place, making it 20.5 feet by 108 feet, offering 2,200 square feet of screen and displaying over 900,000 pixels.

Structural work will be done to change the field-facing surface of the Hall of Fame prior to the installation of the new board. The buildout and installation will take approximately one month to complete.

The outfield wall boards will be upgraded in resolution to a brighter, sharper image. The display will bring 700,000 pixels to those walls.

The new video installation will be completed by Daktronics.

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