The Camden Bar, Camden Street Lower, Dublin 2.
Sarah Halpin writes:
Owned by the Murry Pub Group and powered by Samsung, The Camden Bar takes the Irish pub to the next level with its new multipurpose entertainment venue.
It features a massive 303″ Samsung LED video display, which is the largest pub screen in the UK and Ireland.
If the Samsung Wall wasn’t enough, the venue also features sixty-five Samsung 75″ displays and five 65″ Samsung displays dotted throughout the bar.
No matter where you’re situated within the venue, you’ll be sure to catch every goal, try and basket from multiple angles.
Three hundred and three inches.
Pics: Samsung Ireland
A digital stop motion tribute to loading animations by London based animator Raphael Vangelis. To wit:
…an homage to all the lost time we collectively spend in digital limbo in the hopes of sudden development on our screen
High-end PC merchant Razer’s ‘Project Valerie’ concept, unveiled last night at the CES 2017 expo in Las Vegas.
Razer’s €3,000+ Blade Pro high-end laptop, but with three screens.
No need for it, like.
Razer’s Project Valerie Is An Insane Laptop With Three Screens (Wired)
A promotional image from apple comparing the 512 x 342 display of the original 1984 Apple Macintosh with the 5120 x 2880 5k retina display of the new iMac.
14.7 million pixels, they say. An 8,400% increase in 30 years they say.
Aw yeah. Right there.
Full sized image here
(H/T: Graeme Kelly)
A new single by Ukrainian (Life goes on, people. Life goes on.) indie-poppers Brunettes Shoot Blondes niftily set to an animation played in real time over 14 screens.
Even uglier in daylight.
Signage at the Screen Cinema, Townsend Street, Dublin in 1987 (top) and this afternoon (above)
The neon lettering [emblazoned above the cinema since its opening in 1984] was removed without notice or permission by owners IMC. They claimed the sign was beyond repair.
Writing On The Wall For Screen Cinema (Laurence Macklin, Irish Times, February 7)
In this upload from 2012, Priya the cat is denied kitties.
Kitty denial is unacceptable.