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07.26.2006
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
“World’s largest” HD video screen finds home at Japanese racetrack

Mitsubishi Electric has finished building what’s being described as the world’s largest high definition video screen at a Tokyo horseracing track, according to a report in the Asahi Shimbun.

The screen uses the company’s Aurora Vision LED technology and stands 37ft x 66ft x 218ft — three times the surface area of a tennis court, the paper reported.

The screen, made in 35 pieces, was installed at the Tokyo Racecourse in Fuchu, Tokyo. It cost $28 million, the paper reported.



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