Make it bigger in case you really want some attention: that’s what Sharp must have thought when they thought of this 330-inch (8.4m) digital signage display. The company announced [JP] this monster will be installed in Tokyo station (one of the biggest stations in Tokyo) tomorrow.
The display actually consists of a total of eighteen 60-inch screens with 1,366×768 resolution and 700 cd/m2 brightness. It features the world’s thinnest system frame width of 6.5 mm and was first unveiled by Sharp in June this year.
Sharp says that apart from the huge size, the system’s main selling point is that it can display multiple contents at the same time, for example commercials on one side and information like news or the weather on the other.