According to Samsung, “The 34 foot Samsung Cinema Screen easily accommodates modern theater dimensions. In addition to delivering LED picture quality at 4K (4,096 x 2,160) resolution, the screen also exceeds the highly-esteemed DCI specifications used to ensure a uniform and high level of technical performance, reliability, and quality in digital cinema.”
The company is also boasting that this is the world’s first display that has HDR LED technology. Clearly this isn’t aimed for the average consumer for home theater setups, and we reckon at 34-feet even home cinema enthusiasts will have a hard time finding a place for it in their homes, so presumably it will be aimed at more commercial usage, but it’s still an impressive piece of technology all the same.
Samsung has yet to officially announce how much this Cinema Screen will cost, but given that the 88-inch Samsung Q9 announced at CES 2017 is said to cost around $30,000, we’d hate to think how much this new display will be priced at.