It was recently reported that Dubai broke a Guinness World Record and it’s done it again. The new OLED screen at Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo has received three Guinness World Record titles. Emaar Entertainment, who runs Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, has recently unveiled the record breaking OLED screen above the attraction. OLED stands for ‘Organic Light Emitting Diode’ and it’s the screen itself that has broken all three of the Guinness World Records.
The Guinness World Record titles include Largest OLED Screen, Highest Resolution Video Wall and Largest High-Definition Video Wall. This means the screen, which was created in partnership with LG, has broken records for both height and resolution.
OLED Screen at Dubai Aquarium Breaks Guinness World Records
The OLED screen is made using over 820 flexible OLED panels. This allows the screen to emit light without needing any sort of backlighting. This allows the thin and flexible HD screen to create wide viewing angles with better images and colours. The images shown on the screen are some of the best in the world. One thing that makes the OLED screen extremely impressive is that it is able to curve and mimic the waves of the ocean, which is what makes it perfect for attractions like the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo.
Maitha Al Dossari is the Chief Executive Officer of Emaar Entertainment. He explained that Emaar Entertainment always aims to push the boundaries in order to achieve greater highs through installations and attractions, such as the OLED screen. Al Dossari went on to highlight that they are committed to delivering the very best in the industry and are honoured with the new Guinness World Records.
This isn’t the first time Emaar Entertainment has broken a Guinness World Record. Back in 2015, Emaar Entertainment broke the record for the Longest DJ Relay with Dubai Ice Rink and World Top DJ.