N.Y. - Chyron announced that the Dallas Cowboys, who will begin the
2009 season in a new stadium nearing completion in Arlington, Texas,
has installed Chyron’s HD/SD-switchable HyperX3 graphics systems and
Lyric PRO 7 design and render engine to provide HD graphics on what
will reportedly be the world’s largest HD video board.
Sold and installed by Burst in Denver, the four HyperX3 systems are
Chyron’s top-of-the-line on-air graphics system that combines with the
Lyric PRO 7 design and render engine to drive high-quality graphics.
chief operating officer Kevin Prince says; “The scale of this new
stadium is breathtaking. It is, in fact, the world's largest
column-free room, and the 80,000 to 100,000 people that it will
accommodate will have unobstructed views of not only the event on the
field, but to an equally massive HD screen right in front of them. That
HyperX3 has been chosen to ensure that the graphic images live up to
the overall ‘wow’ factor is as exciting for us as it will no doubt be
for the fans who are there.”When the Cowboys’ new stadium opens in
June, it will be the largest, most technologically advanced sports and
entertainment venue in the world, says a company representative.
addition to the colossal HD video board, the $1.1 billion stadium
features two monumental arches, an expansive retractable roof, and the
largest retractable end-zone doors in the world. In addition to being
the new home of the Dallas Cowboys and the annual AT&T Cotton Bowl
Classic, the stadium will host the 2011 Super Bowl, the 2010 NBA
All-Star Game, and the 2014 NCAA men's basketball Final Four, as well
as high school and college football, concerts, and special events.