Qualcomm’s CES 2013 Keynote was something spectacular. With its “born mobile” slogan, its Guillermo Del Toro trailer and even an appearance by Big Bird, it was a memorable event. It wasn’t all show, though, and a lot of technology was behind the scenes driving the presentation.
According to Qualcomm Spark, the main screen for the presentation was 50 feet wide and required graphics that measured 3,500 x 1,050 pixels. Add in the two 18-feet side screens and you need a 6,060 x 2,490 image to fill the giant, 86-foot wide display.
As you can imagine prepping a video for a screen this large is an immense undertaking and it took a week for the final clip to render. When all was said and done, the final video weighed in at a whopping 1TB. You can read additional trivia about the keynote on the Spark’s blog using the link below.
[Via Qualcomm Spark]
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