The Royals announced today they will be making several upgrades to the video displays at Kauffman Stadium, including a brand new video display on the face of the Royals Hall of Fame in left field. The improvements will also include an improved CrownVision display, and improved displays on the outfield fence. You can see what the improvements might look like here:
In with the new.— Kansas City Royals (@Royals) December 10, 2020
Improved CrownVision display resolution
Improved fence display resolution
Addition of Hall of Fame display
5.1 million total pixels
Tallest HDR video board in baseball pic.twitter.com/dYQujKD1Zl
You can see crews already at work on the iconic CrownVision scoreboard. So that’s what it looks like without any clothes on!
Meanwhile, at #TheK… pic.twitter.com/aFrQ7sUbD4— Kansas City Royals (@Royals) December 10, 2020
I was kind of hoping the inside was filled with chocolate! Others had different ideas.
Today I learned the inside of CrownVision is basically Donkey Kong. https://t.co/pB6aMlefr3— Minda Haas Kuhlmann (@minda33) December 10, 2020
It looks like a Richard Scarry building. I would like to live in it— Ryan ✍️ (@RyanDrawsBirds) December 10, 2020
Rent those out as Airbnb’s— Adam Cook (@adamchefcook) December 10, 2020
Why does this remind me of Sim Tower?? pic.twitter.com/FcWmu8pFkC— Front Office Features Podcast (@FOFeatures) December 10, 2020