07.28.2004 12:00 PM
J. P. Morgan Chase display in Times Square becomes the world’s largest high-resolution electronic display

Billboard Video recently unveiled J.P. Morgan Chase’s 135x26-foot high advertisement in New York’s Times Square. The largest display in the world uses nearly two million pixels – 10 times the resolution of the average television and three times the resolution of top-of-the-line HDTV sets. The debut of the record-setting display advertisement coincided with Time Square’s 100th birthday. The screen size is comparable to a 1600-inch diagonal television.

For more info: www.billboardvideo.com.

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