Europe’s largest 3D TV launched in Living Room

The largest 3D TV in Europe was brought into play at The Living Room in Cathal Brugha Street, Dublin, recently for the opening match of the Carling Nations Cup, Ireland vs Wales.

The 200 inch screen was custom-made by UK company Extreme Screens and is four times brighter than any 3D screen seen before meaning images are sharper and colours more vivid, according to the company. The images were enhanced by LG’s latest innovations in 3D projection.

The screen is so large that the doors of the pub had to be removed to get it inside.

Distributor Osmosis Ireland, in association with LG and Extreme Screens, created the unique viewing experience for those gathering to watch the official launch in the company of former RoI Soccer Manager Brian Kerr who welcomed everyone including representatives from the audio visual industry and SkyTV.

Osmosis Ireland’s Liam Sheehan stated, “We have provided a totally new viewing experience for sports fans at The Living Room. This is exactly the type of investment publicans should be making if they want to bring the punters in their door time-after-time. 3D sport is exciting and has all the ingredients for a great night out with friends at your local. Just look at the crowds here tonight”.

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