Largest Digital Signage

Part Two

We recently took a look at some of the largest digital signage in the world! With so much to explore, we thought it would be a good idea to take another trip around the world to appreciate some more AV wonders!

Texas Motor Speedway – Fort Worth, TX

Texas Motor Speedway – Fort Worth, TX
Photo Courtesy of Engadget

At the time of its launch in 2014, the Texas Motor Speedway’s digital signage board was the largest HD display in the world. Known as the “Big Hoss TV,” this 1080p HD screen is 218-by-94.6 feet or 20,633 square feet. The screen is used to project races and display advertisements and more!

Burj Khalifa – Dubai

Burj Khalifa – Dubai
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Not only is this display one of the largest in the world, it is located on the tallest buildings in the world! The Burj Khalifa opened in 2010 and is 2,722 feet tall. However, the 33,000 square foot screen was not constructed until 2014. The screen is now used to entice visitors with colorful images and a dazzling light show!

Viva Vision at Fremont Street – Las Vegas, NV

Viva Vision at Fremont Street – Las Vegas, NV
Photo Courtesy of Vegas Experience

The Viva Vision at Fremont Street in Las Vegas, Nevada is one of the largest displays in the world and sees more than 24 million visitors a year! Similar to the Burj Khalifa, this display is used for a light spectacle to entertain guests. However, programming runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! The display is made of 600,000 watts and 49.3 million energy saving LED lamps.

Are we missing any of your favorites? Let us know in the comments below!