Think you've got the biggest TV on the block? In the neighborhood? Not so fast there, buddy. Big Moving Pictures (BMP) is announcing a plan to produce the world's first mobile LED screen that's going to dwarf anything currently out there. Working with Strongbase USA, these MEGASCREENS are going to be amazing. At just under 40 feet wide by 22 feet high (more than 40 percent larger than current
screens) MEGASCREENS will be the first LED displays to ever provide
full HDTV resolution in daytime outdoor environments. And just think, Sony was super-proud of their 11-inch OLED display.
These behemoths are designed to pull up at your favorite daytime event venue - airshows, festivals, concerts - anywhere
there's a huge audience. BMP provides everything to create this
network: cameras, switchers, graphics, etc. While designed to showcase
the event, they're really just roaming billboards, intended to reach
the audience in a whole new way. Two-hundred times brighter than
anything currently available, the MEGASCREENS are going to be designed
to withstand a variety of environments. It can be set on a barge, near
the ocean, on an runway. Wherever an audience can go, advertisements
can find them. Notice that they're going to be designed this
way. The technology to create this isn't really available yet, and
there is no delivery date. Personally, I'm saving up for one for Super
Bowl XLVIII—Leslie Shapiro
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