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The record-breaking LED display has an impressive 51.000 ShowLED Hybrid pixels which were all manually placed into position by a rigging team of 30 people.
By using 75,000 custom designed brackets, all pixels could be fixed without any form of material causing permanent damage to the building like screws or adhesives.
This system was developed and engineered specifically for Burj Khalifa, resulting in more than 357,000 LEDs, 645 power supplies, 70 km of power/data cable, 2km of fibre optic network cabling, and 95 Hybrid controllers.
Soaring 828 meters above the metropolis of Dubai, the Burj Khalifa is the world’s tallest building. The design for the 162-story tower combines local cultural influences with cutting-edge technology to achieve high performance in an extreme desert climate.
Beyond its record-breaking height, the Burj Khalifa incorporates new structural and construction efficiencies to reduce material usage and waste. These include a “sky-sourced” ventilation system, in which cool, less humid air is drawn in through the top of the building. The tower also has one of the largest condensate recovery systems in the world.
As with all digital displays, this larger than life LED surface is perfect for running content across.
Burj Khalifa hosts daily shows as well as special shows on occasions such as New Year’s and National Days on one side of its facade, the one facing Burj Lake in Downtown Dubai.