World`s First Giant Globe OLED Display

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 5 years ago in Science

National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo displayed Mitsubishi Electric"s "Geo-Cosmos".
There are 18 comments:
Male 19
Can`t wait until OLED TVs cost less than five grand for a thirty inch... and when someone figures out how to keep them from being ruined by a cup of water.
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Male 117
so does it play porn, i didn`t watch it till the end
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Male 107
they should build this in every disco club in the country
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Male 6,694
Well. I guess its pretty.
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Male 2,860
Interesting, looks like they`ve used a `flat` mercator projection map and then re-mapped it onto the globe.
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Male 15,510
Spectacular
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Male 25,416
Cool
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Male 2,790
why you so bored Japan?
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Male 3,322
"is there a reason they refused to use triangle shaped screens for the gaps??"

When was the last time you saw a screen that was other than rectangular in shape?
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Male 89
you would just need 2 projected led screens inside the globe. thumb down mitsubishi..
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Male 2,700
"is there a reason they refused to use triangle shaped screens for the gaps??"

Perhaps the program they use does not have compatibility with triangle screens. Everything is probably based on a 4 sided border transition.
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Male 2,700
Make these flexible, make clothing out of it, hide cameras in the creases between screens....you have full Predator cloaking. Hell im pretty sure its already being worked on.
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Male 53
is there a reason they refused to use triangle shaped screens for the gaps??
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Male 405
The Japanese always have cool stuff, why can`t we have nice things?
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Male 1,440
Looks nice.
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Male 1,629
i think having such odd trends is a fair tradeoff for having such awesome technology
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Male 76
I want one.
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Female 8,044
Link: World`s First Giant Globe OLED Display [Rate Link] - National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo displayed Mitsubishi Electric`s `Geo-Cosmos`.
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