We ran a piece on Beijing's ginormous LCD about a month ago, but here's another (slightlybetter) video we found of it in action (with some non-underwater scenery). We're not sure that the experience translates to low bitrate flash video, but it's the best we can do on a Thursday morning. Wednesday, everyone would have gotten one-way tickets. But on Thursday you'll watch your flash videos and like them! [via techeblog]
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