It’s time to take a trip around the world while in the comfort of your own home with Peerless-AV! Let’s take a look at some of the world’s largest digital signage displays.

The Place Shopping Mall in Bejing, China

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The Place Shopping Mall in Bejing, China is home to the Guinness World’s Record Winner for the Largest LED Screen Display. According to the Guinness World Records website, the display, which opened in 2009, measures 820 ft. by 98 ft and is made of just five screens! The screen is hung in the sky and displays different visually appealing graphics, providing a real “wow” factor to mall visitors.

Jacksonville Jaguar’s Jumbotron in Jacksonville, FL

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One of the NFL’s current largest scoreboards is located in Jacksonville, FL, home to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The jumbotron, which got its official start in 2014, is 362 feet wide by 62 feet high! In comparison, the jumbotron at the Dallas Cowboy’s stadium, which used to be home to the league’s largest scoreboard, is 160 feet wide by 72 feet high. The only scoreboard to beat this impressive display is the one at the Atlanta Falcon’s stadium, which you can learn more about in this blog post.

Mall Taman Anggrek in Jakarta, Indonesia

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This breathtaking display at the Mall Taman Anggrek in Jakarta, Indonesia is a whopping 1,559 ft. by 82 ft. The mall was opened in 1996 and sees approximately 18 million customers a year and this large display shows beautiful lights and changes to fit seasonal themes.

These are just a few of the World’s Largest Displays! Which one is your favorite?

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