Google First to Use World’s Largest Video Billboard
Ryan Simmons / 2 years ago
Thought all those billboards in Times Square were big enough already?
Well you were wrong. Google has lead the way in renting the largest digital billboard ever created, one that is now standing in the world famous part of New York City. If you wanted to be like Google and use this 8 storey high monster of a display, you’d need to set aside about $2.5 million for 4 weeks use of the thing. The BBC say that it is “the size of a football field” and includes cameras for giant video conferencing. Well maybe not that, more like “interactive content” that the 300,000 pedestrians a day walking by could interact with.
Source: BBC News