Video: A Massive OLED Globe Fit For, Well, A Museum

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The next time you’re in Toyko’s Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, it’s going to be hard to miss the updated Geo-Cosmos. This 20 foot globe was recently revamped and and thousands of LCD panels were ditched in favor of 10,362 OLED panels, which feature a resolution 10x greater than the older screens. The Mitsubishi Electric-made sphere is the largest such of its kind in the world. There are even interactive touchscreen panels dubbed Geo-Scope around the room that allow visitors to interact with a similar, although, flat representation of the globe including weather data and a simulation of Japan’s recent tsunami. Click through for the mesmerizing video.

[TokyoTek via Oled-Display]