Found August 16, 2013 on
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Brett Coomer, Houston Chronicle Staff
Here are the details, according to the Houston Chronicle:
Coming in the wake of recent video upgrades at Minute Maid Park and Toyota Center, Reliant’s new boards stretch 277.17 feet (92.4 yards, almost the length of a football field) by 52.49 feet above each end zone. Each covers 14,549 square feet with 5.28 million pixels of high-definition resolution.
There will be sufficient room for live action, side-by-side replays, graphics, advertising and statistics and plenty of space to turn the tiny J.J. Watt whom fans see from the upper deck into a frothing-at-the-mouth, larger-than-life J.J. Watt imploring them to make noise when it’s third-and-1.
This sounds a bit ridiculous, but I guess the Texans wanted to outdo their rivals up north in Dallas. I’m definitely looking forward to getting a better look at it in person someday.
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