"GMO Digital Hachiko" operated by GMO Internet Group is a new meeting spot built-in Tokyu Plaza, Shibuya. The LCD displays on the entire wall and the cutting-edge audio system makes it possible for people to enjoy the contents while waiting in Shibuya.
"GMO Digital Hachiko" offers free Wi-Fi and a charging spot that can be used as a meeting place unaffected by the weather. The visual content displayed includes "Digital Hachiko" using the latest holographic display technology and "Shibuya Hachiko Monogatari" created to further popularize the story of Hachiko, the symbol of Shibuya.
The audio and video systems were specially selected for an immersive experience. Sony's original wave field synthesis technology that realizes three-dimensional sound was adopted for the audio system. 48 units of Barco's bezel-less video wall system, Barco UniSee, were installed making the front, right and left sides walls one big display (220 inches, width 4,854 mm x height 2,732 mm x 3 surfaces).
By combining the sound with three-dimensional presence and high-definition seamless video on three sides, it forms a digital art space where you can experience "immersive feeling" like never before.
Sony PCL "GMO Digital Hachiko"
- Barco UniSee – 48 screens
- Bezel-less design with NoGap technology at 800 cd/m²
- Mounting structure with automatic alignment for ensured precision
- Sense X automatic and continuous calibration
- Fastest servicing and diagnosing
- Modular, future-proof platform