Big Hoss, World Largest TV unveiled
Big Hoss is the World largest TV unveiled for the first time at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth.
Big Hoss, the World largest TV, was unveiled for the first time at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, US on 21 March 2014. Big Hoss was recorded as world largest TV in the Guinness Book of World Records.
The screen is of 218 feet wide by 94.6 feet tall that means it is taller than a seven story building and longer than Boeing’s biggest 767 flight. In terms of home electronics terms it is a 2852 inch TV and display features 20633.34 square feet of HD LED lights that broadcast 4.8 million pixels and trillion colours.
The screen is also allegedly able to handle wind speeds of up to 120 mph and it was built by Panasonic. The TV has a 140 degree viewing angle so it can be seen to the high speed people at large space.
In 2013, Samsung made the world's largest TV which measures 110 inches from corner to corner and wasfour times sharper than a high-definition TV. The TV was 102 inches wide and 70 inches tall, which was bigger than a king-sized bed.