Mitsubishi installs two Diamond Vision large-scale display screens for Nakayama Racecourse

Mitsubishi Electric has completed installation of two multi-screen Diamond Vision large-scale display systems, called Turf Vision, at the Japan Racing Association (JRA)’s Nakayama Racecourse in Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Incorporating high-luminance light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and the latest digital screen controllers, the two Turf Vision screens are able to display high-definition video content, and will provide a variety of information to race course visitors. Of the two screens, the 40.8 m wide and 9.6 m high Turf Vision 1 is installed on the left-hand side of the front stand. This screen can be divided into two parts, to simultaneously display separate contents such as dynamic real-time media streams and race results.

The Turf Vision 2 screen installed on the right-hand side is 14.4 m wide x 8.0 m high, and will feature displays of the race track, paddock and odds. The new Mitsubishi multi-screen Diamond Vision large-scale display screens will be illuminated on Saturday September 12, 2009, the opening day of the Fourth Nakayama Keiba (horse race).