On the football field, the Jacksonville Jaguars are nothing to write home about. The Jags haven’t had a winning season since 2007 and have won just six games in the last two years.
Whatever the team lacks in ability, though, it’s certainly making up for in stadium perks.
In early June, the Jaguars revealed they would install poolside cabanas near the north end zone at Everbank Field, where they have an up-close view of the team’s two brand-new video boards.
Not that they’ll need it.
The massive screens, designed by Daktronics, are slated to measure 60 feet high by 362 feet wide, making them the largest HD video displays in the world. To give you an idea of just how big that is, the board could cozily fit George Washington’s likeness on Mount Rushmore.
As you might expect, building the world’s biggest video display takes a little bit of time, so the folks at Everbank Field have already started in earnest. For a cool time-lapse video of how progress is going, check out the video below, courtesy of Forbes’ Maury Brown.