The Philadelphia Eagles are teaming up with Panasonic for help in the video display portion of the team’s two-year, $125 million Lincoln Financial Field revitalization project that began last year.
Panasonic’s involvement will be highlighted by its installation of two huge end zone video boards totaling more than 9,400 square feet, which will replace the ones installed when the stadium opened in 2003.
The Eagles said when the project is completed in August, the stadium will have the highest-definition boards in the National Football League featuring two 10mm pitch video screens. The north and south boards will measure approximately 27-feet tall by 192-feet wide and 27-feet tall by 160-feet wide, respectively.
Panasonic will also install a number of video displays in and around the stadium in time for the upcoming 2014 NFL season.