Inside the One-of-a-Kind Camera Behind the Sphere’s Immersive Visuals | WSJ Tech Behind


The new Sphere in Las Vegas is a massive tech feat. Inside, the Sphere has the world’s largest screen at 160,000 square feet. But projecting images and shows in a spherical format at an ultra high resolution isn’t easy; new tech had to be developed to make it work.

WSJ explores how a new camera called the Big Sky was developed for the Sphere and what it takes to get from film to a massive screen.

0:00 Sphere
0:45 New camera system
3:46 The screen
5:19 Getting footage to the screen
6:23 What’s next?

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