So you say you want to recreate the Avatar IMAX 3D experience at home? This incredible 71-foot by 16-foot 3D display from Sony should do the trick.
Only problem is you're going to need a 71 x 16 foot wall, and you're going to need a whole pile of those $133 Sony 3D glasses for all of your friends.
Okay, so it's not really designed for home use, but then who is it for? Places like sports stadiums aren't likely to be handing out $133 glasses to every fan, so it seems like you're left with amusement park attractions like Captain EO, and perhaps some digital cinemas. At 2,000 nits however, the brightness level is really better suited to outdoor use.
Lack of customers aside, the unnamed video wall system is a pretty impressive feat of engineering. Built by stacking 345 modular bricks, the entire display can be assembled in a mere 3 to 4 hours. It usually takes me that long to hang a 46-inch LCD TV on the wall. This configuration covers one side of Sony's booth at Ceatec show near Tokyo, but other stacking combinations can create even bigger displays. I wonder if they could make one as big as that giant screen going up at Charlotte Motor Speedway? Of course they would need to budget an additional $22 million for 165,000 pairs of 3D glasses.