Set up in the Comcast Center in Philadelphia, the 10 million pixel screen has five times the resolution of a HD television.
It’s not exactly a screen either, more like a media wall set up in the lobby of Comcast‘s impressive building, covered with four-millimeter LED lights that form a giant screen. The device is able to play all kins of videos and 3D effects like people flying through the air with coffee cups in their hands. The wall gets its images from a special command center complete with routers, digitizers, video-processors and a whopping 27, 000 gigabytes of data. The wall can display footage for 45 straight days without a sequence ever being repeated. It’s also estimated that a Philadelphia local would have to hang around the Comcast Center lobby for 2 years in order to see all the permutations of image the system can come up with.
U should also know that it only takes 2 million pixels to render a
Comcast paid $22 million to the visual experts at Bosco for this wonder but I think they feel it’s all worth it.