Toshiba Debuts 880-Inch LED HDTV...285 Feet Above Times Square
If you thought Sharp's LB-1085 108-inch LCD HDTV was a monster, you'll be absolutely stunned by Toshiba's new 880-inch LED HDTV dubbed Toshiba Vision Times Square. Okay, so you won't be seeing this in any living room in the near future-it looks over New York City's Times Square from 285 feet above the ground-but with high-def resolution and support for over one billion colors it's definitely worth mentioning. The 51.2 x 52.5 foot LED display integrates 1280 x 1248 LED's outputting a HD image using Toshiba's TECHNOVIRTUAL technology, pixel-sharing technology that uses adjacent pixels to create virtual pixels with a 12.5 mm pitch. The Godzilla of high-def outdoor displays is environmentally friendly thanks to its use of LED's and will be used to market Toshiba products to New York's giant population of gadget geeks.
Via press release
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Posted by Justin Davey at July 16, 2008 4:55 AM