Big screen

Upgrade your entertainment setup with big screen ideas that will take your viewing experience to the next level. Discover top ideas for creating a cinematic ambiance in the comfort of your own home.
shoji screen closet door made of scrim fabric for projecting images Architecture, Museums, Design, Apartment Therapy, Exhibition Space, Installation Design, Projection Installation, Installation Art, Exhibition Display

Doug Aitken. Interiors. 2002. Three-channel video (color, sound) and eleven screens. Overall dimensions 7.9m x 7.9m x 2.4m (three projection screens, each 300 cm x 225 cm; and eight translucent silkscreen dividers, each 250 cm x 225 cm). Fractional and promised gift of the Julia Stoschek Foundation, Düsseldorf. 805.2006. Produced in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia © 2019 Doug Aitken. Media and Performance

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Wylie Ziegler
Clear Channel's largest digital billboard in the world - Times Square. 25,000 sq ft of seamless digital canvas, pixel density of 2,368 x 10,048, High definition crowd cameras Architecture, Outdoor, Exterior, Digital Signage, Facade, Signage, Led Display Screen, Display, Screen

Outdoor company Clear Channel has outdone itself this time. This week it introduced the largest, most technically advanced billboard in the world. Being in advertising, I am downright giddy thinking about the creative possibilities within such a space, but first the facts. It's big. I spoke with David Grabert, the SVP Marketing Communications [...]

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Kavon McKenzie
Samsung Expands 8K, MicroLED, Big-Screen TV Options | Sound & Vision Ideas, Design, Samsung, Dekorasyon, Haus, Wallpaper, Most Beautiful Wallpaper, Vegas, Muri

Samsung kicked off CES 2019 with a wider selection of 8K LCD TVs, more LCD TVs with big screens of at least 75 inches, and two new MicroLED 4K TVs, one at 75 inches and one at 219 inches. The company also came to Vegas to improve TV-audio quality, expand its selection of TVs with contrast-enhancing full array local dimming (FALD) LED backlighting, and expand the number of décor-focused models in its Frame and Serif TV series, which are designed to entice consumers into putting TV

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Lee Hill