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Mitsubishi Electric has just recently completed construction of the world's largest HD TV screen at a horse track in Tokyo. The screen uses Mitsubishi's Aurora Vision LED technology and measures 37 feet by 218 feet, which is 8 000 square feet for your viewing pleasure. In order to set up the extremely large screen it had to be delivered into 35 pieces. Now here's the cost : $28 million US. The record holder before this one was a LED screen in Miami that measured 137 feet across. (GUSH Magazine)