Apr 9, 2019
Sony creates colossal 16K screen in Japan
The biggest 16K screen of its kind will shortly go on show in Japan. Sony had previously designed a separate 16K display that went on show at Tokyo's Haneda Airport in 2014, but that looked like it was made up of dozens of smaller screens rather than presenting a single seamless picture. Sony calls the technology "Crystal LED", which is its brand name for micro-LED display tech. For now, Sony is pitching a range of smaller, lower-resolution Crystal LED displays for use in office lobbies, car showrooms, cinemas and theme parks. Since little 16K footage exists elsewhere, the firm has produced its own film for Shiseido showing life-size animal wildlife.
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