April 30, 2008
Nova 3D – The world’s largest 3D display
The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich celebrated its 150th anniversary in a grand way by unveiling the NOVA, a 3D LED display. It is the world’s largest 3D display measuring 5 by 5 by 1 metes and weighing in at 3.3 tons. It is built with 25000 lightballs, each containing 12 LED’s. It can display 16 million colors and 25 images per second. So if you happen to go to Zurich, make sure you go and check it out in the train stations main hall, it will be there till September 2009.
(Check out the images after the jump)