Sharp Provides Large Multi-Screen Display System to Huis Ten Bosch Theme Park in Nagasaki, Japan.
Osaka, Apr 26, 2011 - (JCN Newswire) - Sharp Corporation is providing the theme park of Huis Ten Bosch Co., Ltd. (Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan; President & CEO: Hideo Sawada) with a multi-screen display system. Comprising a large front screen surrounded by screens on the top, bottom, left, and right, the system engulfs visitors on five sides with detailed life-like images in a new kind of image space. The attraction, called the 5D Miracle Tour, will open on April 29, 2011.
This multi-screen display system has a total of 156 units of the PN-V601 60-inch LCD monitor configured in five surfaces: a front wall, ceiling and floor (36 monitors each) and left and right walls (24 monitors each). Because of the small system frame width between neighboring monitors, visitors are surrounded by huge, seamless displays from 200 to 300-plus inches wide in front, above, below, and on both sides. An image transmission system controls all of the LCD monitors to give visitors a whole new visual experience of images that are bright, detailed, and life-like.
Overview of Multi-Screen Display System at Huis Ten Bosch
Attraction name: 5D Miracle Tour (in the Thriller Fantasy Museum area) Open to public: April 29, 2011 (Friday, Japanese public holiday) Image content: Sirena-Mermaid Legend (Content will change on occasion) (Length: Approx. 8 minutes; original story based on a mermaid legend from Saipan) System/technology: PN-V601 60-inch LCD monitors (156 units) Image transmission system
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|Date:||Apr 26, 2011|
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