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Installing the world's largest Supernova screen

The world's largest Supernova display can now be experienced in the Tokyo Port City Takeshiba Office Tower – a 40-story skyscraper in Tokyo, which often houses large conferences, shows and events.

Installing the world's largest Supernova screen

The event company responsible for conference facilities, Infield Inc, was given the task to find a display covering the entire end wall of a huge conference room. After several visits to the showroom of dnp partner, KIC Corporation, they were convinced that the dnp Supernova Infinity was the perfect solution.

Making a big impact

In order to create a display that would cover the entire back wall, KIC Corporation ordered a giant 724” dnp Supernova Infinity display – the biggest of its kind in the world.

Apart from featuring dnp’s advanced Ambient Light Rejection (ALR) technology, the Supernova Infinity is a modular screen system that s customers to create exceptionally large-sized viewing experiences out of any number of Supernova screen units with no visible screen joints.

A striking result

The panels were carefully installed from the bottom of the wall to the top of the ceiling. Throughout the installation, the screens were carefully handled and protected from scratches and damages. The end result is quite striking.

”The panels are perfectly joined and the entire display looks astonishingly seamless. Many visitors have mistaken the dnp Supernova Infinity installation for a huge LED screen for its amazing quality”, said Kunihiro Kobori, Conference Coordinator Sub Manager from INFIELD Inc.

The impressive conference room is now ready to take on a wide variety of large-scale exhibitions, launch events, artistic shows, IT seminars, award ceremonies and fashion shows, making a big impact with impressive visual stage effects thanks to the worlds’ largest dnp Supernova.


724” dnp Supernova Infinity in 32:9 format


KIC Corporation, Japan

2 x PT-RQ22KJ with 20,000 lumens 4K DLP


Posted: 31st December 2020

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