Daktronics is certainly no stranger to ridiculously huge displays, and it now looks set to expand it big screen empire even further, with it just announcing that it's signed a deal to outfit the Arizona Diamondbacks with one of its newfangled HD-X displays. Apparently scheduled for completion before the start of the 2008 baseball season, the new display promises to be the widest in the major leagues, measuring 136 feet wide by 46 feet high, or about eight times the size of the CRT display currently in place. Among other things, Daktronics' HD-X technology allows the display to be divided up into any number of zones, allowing for various configurations of video, animation and statistics -- and no doubt a few Halo 3 multiplayer games during downtime.
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