LED is finding its application everywhere, so, it came as no surprise when it found its application in the 29th Summer Universiade, an international multi-sports event organized by the International University Sports Federation (FISU), which was held in August in the city of Taipei, Taiwan. The opening ceremony of the event was highlighted with the world’s largest floor LED display right in the middle of the main venue Taipei Municipal Stadium.
The ultra large floor LED display are provided by a Beijing-based customized display equipment company Starlight, which is famous for its LED floor module SLT-DP-010 with a pixel pitch of 10mm and a pixel configuration of 1R1G1B. It is reported that Starlight offered the Taipei City Government LED modules similar but larger than the SLT-DP-010 so that fewer modules were needed during the installation.
The entire project was directed by Uniplan Taiwan, a public relations agency. There are six enormous LED displays which were installed in the Taipei Municipal Stadium, four on all sides of the stadium and the other two combined together as the biggest of its kind floor LED display meant for performances at both the opening and closing ceremony. The massive and eye catching floor LED display performed outstanding color saturation at night and low latency when signalled to switch images. However, a slight color shift was still noticed in some pixels.