The world’s largest HDTV is 200 feet wide and 80 feet tall. The 16,000-square-foot screen is made up of 158 panels, weighing 165,000 pounds. It’s lit up by 9 million LED lamps. But it’s only 720p.
The giant monitor is located at North Carolina’s Charlotte Motor Speedway.
It took 57 Panasonic workers 11,000 man-hours over the course of four months to build the set, which you can see for reals May 21, during NASCAR’s Sprint All-Star Race. That giant remote is completely functional, so you could always change the channel.
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