The Tochigi Green Stadium is the home of Japan’s J League professional soccer team Tochigi SC, and it has just been spruced up with the installation of a really, really monstrous display. Just how large, you ask? Well, we are looking at 665″ – yes sir, not just 65″, but 665″! Why not add a single more inch to make this the devil’s big screen? It was recently installed after having its order placed from August of last year, making it go up in the nick of time the team’s season home opener that is happening this coming March 11th.
Measuring a massive 8.32m x 14.72m, the Diamond Vision display from Mitsubishi will feature 832 horizontal scanning lines, and that would clearly place it as the third-highest resolution among all soccer stadiums throughout Japan. It will rely on the latest light-emitting diode (LED) chips and Mitsubishi Electric’s display control technology, and despite its absolutely monstrous size, the display itself is still touted to be more energy-efficient compared to its predecessor. Just in case there is an emergency, the new display’s emergency backup power generator helps it function as a disaster evacuation site or for public notification purposes. Neat! [Press Release]
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