World’s Largest LED Screen Looks Amazing

Located in the lobby of the brand new Comcast Center in Philadelphia, this Barco video wall is composed of 10 million pixels, runs via six dx-700 led digitizers, seven encore video processors and three matrixpro routers. The screen measures 83.3ft x 25.4ft and has cost a whopping $22 million to design, construct and install. Hmmm, I think I need one of these in my living room! Video after the jump.

[Via Deputy Dog]

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11 Responses to World’s Largest LED Screen Looks Amazing

  1. No wonder they charge me an arm and a leg for cable TV… So they can afford to put THIS in their lobby. I'm glad to know that my hard earned money was well spent on keeping my service up and reliable.

  2. No wonder they charge me an arm and a leg for cable TV… So they can afford to put THIS in their lobby. I’m glad to know that my hard earned money was well spent on keeping my service up and reliable.

  3. Do you mean it's the smallest LED in the world???

    The LED in Beijing Olympics is about 500 feet long.

    Please, don't be frogs under a well.

  4. Do you mean it’s the smallest LED in the world???
    The LED in Beijing Olympics is about 500 feet long.
    Please, don’t be frogs under a well.

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