It goes by many names, but whatever you choose to call it, the Jumbotron or LED Screen , is great for all events. But whatever you do call it, these LED screens are perfect for showing close up shots to large audiences both day and night rain or shine and summer or winter. However, Sony creative director Yasuo Kuroki is the one credited with the development of the LED screen technology that we call the Jumbotron. Sony has since left the industry in
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A jumbotron , sometimes referred to as jumbovision , is a video display using large-screen television technology video wall. The original technology was developed in the early s by Mitsubishi Electric  and Sony , which coined JumboTron as a brand name in It is typically used in sports stadiums and concert venues to show close up shots of an event,   as well as outdoor public places such as Times Square , for example. The jumbotron was invented in Japan during the early s, but there is a dispute between two rival Japanese companies, Mitsubishi Electric and Sony , over its invention. In , the term "JumboTron" was coined by Sony for its large-scale video board. Sony creative director Yasuo Kuroki, who previously helped create the Walkman , is credited with the development of the JumboTron. It had a display resolution of , pixels , using a new proprietary Sony technology called the Trini-lite. Trini-lite technology allowed screen clarity and computer control, laying the foundation for the first Sony Jumbotrons. While the JumboTron and similar large-screen displays are physically large, they ranged from low to medium display resolutions.
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