Sony is set to install the world's largest micro-LED display - 16K (15360x4320) 19.2 x 5.4 meters "CLEDIS" panel that was installed at Shiseido new research center in Yokohama, Japan.

Sony is also creating its own 16K content specifically for this display, using a method it call “demosaicing” to create “quad ultra-high definition” footage.

Sony's Crystal-LED (CLEDIS) displays are made from tiled 320 x 360 modules (403 x 453 mm in size). These are bulky modules, each 10Kg in weight and 100 mm thick. The tiled displays are completely seamless.

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the size is not true.

it's 16K x 4K. check my source in Japanese: http://www.sonybsc.com/sbsc/press/2019/20190402.html

Agree, I updated the post,

Agree, I updated the post, thank you!

resolution

Isn't it 15360 x 4320 instead of 15360 x 3840?

15360 / 320 = 48

4320 / 360 = 12 (instead of 3840 / 360 = 10+2/3)

That means 48 x 12 tiled modules.

Also 15360 / 4320 = 19.2 / 5.4 = 32 / 9