The opening and closing ceremonies of the London 2012 Olympic Games, July – August 2012, United Kingdom, saw the main Olympic stadium transformed into a huge array of LED video pixels, mapped to the space inhabited by the entire audience. Developed by TAIT, over 70,500 pixel tablets were produced for each seat in the stadium, and video emerged from its two dimensional world to become 3D; the audience members integrated into the show itself.  The pixel tablet is a 3x3 RGB unit, ...

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