The Japanese have always been well known for their cutting edge technology ever since they became fully industrialized and zipped to the upper echelons of the world economy, and here is something that clearly makes the case for being cutting edge – we are looking (no pun intended) at Sharp’s multi-screen display system that will see action at the theme park of Huis Ten Bosch which is located in Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan.

Sporting a multi-screen display system, it will be made up of a large front screen that is further surrounded by screens on the top, bottom, left, and right. This makes the system engulf visitors on all five sides with extremely detailed life-like images, presenting a new kind of image space in the process.

This multi-screen display system is comprised of 156 units of the PN-V601 60″ LCD monitor that is specially configured in five surfaces, comprising of a front wall, ceiling and floor (taking up three dozen monitors each) and left and right walls (that’s two dozen monitors each right there). Since there is a small system frame width between neighboring monitors, visitors will be surrounded by huge, seamless displays that range from 200″ to 300″ wide in front, above, below, and on both sides.

Make sure your eyeballs are still with you as you walk away from a truly unforgettable experience.

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