Sony has installed a 16K resolution 32:9 video wall for the new Shiseido cosmetics research centre in Yokohama. The 19.2m x 5.4m display uses Sony's "Crystal LED" technology, i.e. it is composed of individual modular MicroLED panels without edges that can be addressed as a large screen - very similar to Samsung's Onyx Cinema LED technology. Each individual pixel is represented by a MicroLED, which provides very good color rendering, high brightness and lowest black levels.
Sony 16K Video Wall
The video wall is two storeys high and longer than a bus, but still has such a high resolution that a viewer can still see a sharp picture from close up without recognizing individual pixels. The resolution of the display is - if the 16K are based on UltraHD 4K - 15,360 x 4,320 pixels, corresponding to 8 (4 x 2) UltraHD 4K displays. Sony has produced its own 16K Wildlife Footage in Ultra Wide Screen format for the video wall.
For a similar display with 16,320 × 2304 pixels resolution, Sony 2014 used the CineAlta camera F65 with an anamorphic lens plus Super Resolution De-Mosaicing to produce suitable 16K images for the video wall.