The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo has a shiny new toy on display: an OLED "geo-cosmos" display that takes the shape of a six-meter sphere suspended from the ceiling.
Set to be unveiled on June 11th, the sphere features a resolution of over 10 million pixels spread across 10,3620 PMOLED panels, each measuring 96 square millimeters.
When it's up and running, the display will show images of the Earth taken from a meteorological satellite, complete with cloud animations and things of that nature. Looks pretty amazing, something definitely worth checking out if you happen to be in Tokyo this summer.
Here's a shot of the globe under construction (click it to see it a little larger). Just look how small those people are off to the side:
Via OLED Display