In 2006, Dolphin Stadium (now named Land Shark Stadium) installed a truly colossal HDTV screen overlooking the gridiron. Manufactured by Daktronics, the board measures 137 by 50 feet, for square footage measuring approximately 6,850 (636.4 square meters) [source: Daktronics].
At the time, this screen was the biggest HDTV on the planet. It features more than 4.6 million red, green, and blue LEDs, for a resolution of 2,112 pixels wide by 736 pixels high.
The display is made of two Daktronics ProStar screens that use an aspect ratio that's wider than the16:9 wide-screen ratio of HD television broadcasts. That means fans are treated to a super-wide, almost panoramic, view of the action on the field.