Guinness World Records recognizes Texas Motor Speedway's Panasonic Big Hoss TV

Big Hoss TV officially recognized as the "Largest High-Definition Television LED Screen" in the world, constructed by Panasonic with content powered by Vizrt

Judges from Guinness World Records have officially recognized Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company for their role in the construction of the "Big Hoss TV" located at Texas Motor Speedway. The ceremony was held during the recent Duck Commander 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup series race.

The screen is 66x28 meters, over 12 stories tall, and can withstand winds up to 193 kph. It incorporates 4.8 million pixels with 281 trillion different colors. The screen weighs 108 tons and is supported by 16 beams that are each buried 40 feet into bedrock.

The front-end control interface for screen content was created with a collaboration between Panasonic and Vizrt. The system allows operators to manage the entire screen as a cohesive canvas instead of a collection of individual squares.

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