JR Kyushu announced that it will install Japan's largest OLED signage, at Hakata Station in Fukuoka early next year. The sign is a curved display made up from 36 OLED TV (55") panels produced by LG Display.

Hakata Japan, OLED signage installation (Nov-2017)

The whole sign is 4 meters high and 7 meters wide, designed in a curve that seems as if the viewers are enclosed by the image. The display was jointed developed by Dai Nippon Printing and LG Electronics Japan. We have visited Fukuoka a few months ago (to participate in the TADF workshop) - it will be great to see this new OLED sign next time we are in Hakata Station.

Japan's current largest OLED sign is the 9.6 x 1.9 meters Diamond Vision OLED display installed by Mitsubishi in Narita Airport in 2012.




Isn't this JR instead of KR? 

Yes, it should be JR, that

Yes, it should be JR, that was a typo (now fixed, thank you!)

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