World’s Biggest TV Screen
The World’s Biggest TV screen is in Cowboys Stadium in Dallas, Texas in the United States. The screen is sometimes referred to as “Jerry-Tron”. Its a 152 x 72 feet (46m x 22m), 175 ft (53.34m) diagonal, 11,520 square foot (1,070 square metre) screen. The screens were developed by Mitsubishi’s Diamond Vision Systems. Each center-hung sideline display consists of 10,584,064 LEDs, consuming some 635,000 watts. For basketball events played in Cowboys Stadium, such as the 2010 NBA All-Star Game, the video board is actually larger than the court. This photo of the World’s Biggest TV Screen has been selected as the Daily Cool Photo on Running Wolf’s Rant for the 26th of February 2011.
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