World’s largest high-definition video screen

Δεβελέκος Στράτος

AVClub Addicted Member
17 June 2006
Mitsubishi Electric has completed construction of the world’s largest high-definition video screen at a horse track in Tokyo. The screen employs Mitsubishi’s Aurora Vision LED technology and measures 11.2 meters (37 feet) x 66.4 meters (218 feet), giving it a surface area of 744 square meters (8,000+ square feet), or the equivalent of 3 tennis courts. Mitsubishi manufactured the screen for the Japan Racing Association (JRA) at its Nagasaki factory in the town of Togitsu, Nagasaki prefecture. The screen was divided into 35 pieces for delivery to the Tokyo Racecourse in Fuchu, Tokyo.

The bright, high-definition display is 3 times larger than what was previously installed at the horse track, and the screen’s three sections allow the audience to take in the action at other tracks. Total cost is reported to be 3.2 billion yen (US$28 million)


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20 June 2006
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high-definition screen... Mitsubishi’s Aurora Vision LED technology... equivalent of 3 tennis courts... cost is reported to be 3.2 billion yen (US$28 million)

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29 June 2006
Λέω να πάρουμε 3-4 τώρα που είναι φθηνές :Banane0: μπορεί να μας χρειαστούν σε κανένα δωμάτιο στο νέο παλάτι που θα κτίζουμε! :ernaehrung004: -bye-


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13 July 2006
Αν αγοράσεις μια τετοια τηλεόραση χρειάζεται να αγοράσεις και ένα γήπεδο :bang: να την βάλεις απέναντι απο τα επίσημα, εσύ να καθεσαι στα επίσημα και να βλέπεις :captain: . Τώρα ποιας ομάδας το γήπεδο θα αγοράσεις δεν ξέρω, αυτό άλλωστε είναι και το δύσκολο....:music-smiley-005: :music-smiley-005: να βρεες γηπεδο να πουλιέται :firstprize: :ernaehrung004:
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