While many gadgets are getting smaller, televisions continue to get bigger, and we’ve rounded up 5 of the biggest video screens in the world.
Many of the largest video screens live in sports stadiums, including the Charlotte Motor Speedway, the Meydan Racecourse in Dubai, the Kawasaki Racecourse in Japan, the Dallas Cowboys Stadium, and the Kauffman Stadium in Missouri.
Big Screen at Charlotte Motor Speedway
The large screen at Charlotte’s Motor Speedway in North Carolina, USA, is said to be the largest TV in the world at 1,500m2.
Built by Panasonic, and speculated to be around 3,222-inches, the 61m x 24m screen provides HD viewing for the audience on the back stretch of the famous raceway.
Meydan Racecourse screen
Embedded on the field of the Meydan race course in Dubai, the 110m TV screen slots into second place on the world’s largest TVs list, at 1,180.6 square metres.
The Mitsubishi-built TV features a 10,088 x 10,752 resolution, and is one of the highlights at the $2.7 billion race course.
Kawasaki Racecourse big screen
The Kawasaki Racecourse in Japan features a 72m x 16m screen to give spectators a closer look at the action.
The TV is 1,140.1 m2 in total and has become a main attraction alongside the horse-racing.
Cowboys Stadium Jumbotron
The suspended screen in the Cowboys Stadium in Dallas, Texas, is one of the biggest screens in the world at a size of 1,070 m2.
Developed by Mitsubishi and using the Diamond Vision technology, the TV features a 1,088 x 2,432 resolution.
Kauffman Stadium TV
Developed by Daktronics, the Kauffman Stadium screen in Kansas City, Missouri, features a resolution of 1,800 x 1,584.
The TV is 819 m2 in size.