During the Las Vegas Urban Circuit of Formula 1, which took place last Sunday (19), a display in the shape of the F1 logo caught the attention of spectators. With a size of 2,617 square meters, the LED screen was manufactured by Samsung and were one of the highlights of the Grand Prix building.
LED screen on the roof of Formula 1 was made by Samsung
According to the Samsung, this is the “first 5.772-inch rooftop LED display”. The manufacturer claims to have used around 25,000 LED modules to assemble the screen and that these modules are “long enough to go around the circuit 2.5 times”.
The screen of Samsung used in Formula 1 it has a total of 22 million pixels and has a peak brightness of 8,000 nits, enough to “light up the sky” and “supercharge the viewing experience for professional racing fans.”
The South Korean claims that the LED display was “designed to create a ‘wow’ moment” in the viewer. In addition to the incredible panel on the roof forming the company’s logo, F1The Samsung it also provided a number of other screens and technologies for the Las Vegas race.
In its official note the Samsung claims to have provided three screens for the event’s stands. These displays for spectators present at the circuit are 87 m² in size and have 1.2 million pixels.
The South Korean also provided several other displays for the event, such as LED signs outside the F1 building and at the building’s entry points.
According to Las Vegas Grand Prix, Inc. CEO Renee Wilm, the technology of Samsung helped the circuit “deliver enhanced experiences to our fans.”
Source: Samsung Via: SamMobile