Biggest OLED display
The Dubai Mall takes the crown for the world’s largest OLED display screen – no surprise considering the mall itself is the second largest in the world.
- 820 OLED panels, each 55 inches large were used to build it.
- Total surface area spans 709 square metres – enough to park 60 mid-sized sedans.
- The display comprises 1,700,352,000 pixels, or enough to fill over 750 typical cinemas.
- It’s visible from all three floors of the mall.
It’s the tallest man-made structure ever, but just how tall is Burj Khalifa?
- It rivals three Eiffel Towers or two Empire State Buildings stacked one over the other
- Can hold 10,000 people – nearly the entire population of Judenburg, Austria.
- So tall you can watch the sun set over the horizon from the base, and again from the top.
Largest light and sound show on a building
The unprecedented new year festivities of 2018 made certain that Burj Khalifa would go down in history.
- The spectacle spanned an area of over 109,000 square metres – the size of 20 football fields!
- Over 80 musicians from the UAE were involved in composing the music.
- Preparations took more than five months to perfect.
Largest choreographed fountain
The Dubai Fountain’s impressive light and sound display makes it the world’s largest choreographed fountain.
- 6,600 lights and 50 coloured projectors portray over 1,000 water expressions.
- Jets of water are blasted to the height of a 45-storey tower – over 500 feet.
- The layout of nozzles comprises five circular arrangements, connected by two arcs.
- Over 83,000 litres of water are in the air at any moment when it’s in operation.