Mitsubishi has been contracted to deliver the largest digital signage system in Japan, where it will be installed at Narita International Airport that comprises of 340 display units that includes a couple of 330″ screens, in addition to an unprecedented concave organic light-emitting display (OLED) screen that you see above in addition to a plethora of touch-screen displays. Full operation of this digital signage system is expect to be in full swing by the time summer of 2012 rolls around, while partial operation is said to begin in March next year.
The concave display interests us the most, where it is known as the Mitsubishi Panorama Vision, making it the world’s first 180-degree OLED concave screen that boasts high-brightness and high-contrast levels to be able to get the most realistic images sent to our brains when our eyes meet them.
I wonder what kind of mega projects we will be treated to in the future – it seems that records are always there and meant to be broken, so Mitsubishi’s efforts must be commended, especially after they were tasked to install the world’s fastest elevators in China recently. [Press Release]
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