A giant virtual wave crashes against a glass box in South Korea as pedestrians pass below it. The wave simulation, titled Public Media Art #1 Wave, was created by agency d’strict on a 1,620sq metre (5,314ft) smart screen using Samsung smart LED technology, which is said to have an area four times the size of a basketball court. The epic artwork set up has been programmed into the world’s greatest outside high-definition display in Seoul, reviews the Night Customary. Described as an “anamorphic phantasm”, the lifelike digital wave seems as soon as each hour on the 80-meters vast by 20-meters tall display. An anamorphic phantasm is one the place the viewer has to face at a selected angle to correctly see a picture that in any other case seems distorted. On this case, the large optical phantasm reveals a wave surging and crashing towards a glass field. The screen’s resolution is 7,840 x 1,952 pixels, or nearly twice the resolution of ultra-high definition. It took two month to build, by fusing together two LED displays with curved edges with more than 30,000 separate LED display modules, each 1cm big. A video of the wave simulation was posted on YouTube one week ago, where it has collected over 4 lakh views and dozens of impressed comments. “Absolutely gorgeous and inspired work. I wonder what other types of illusions could be achieved with this kind of technology,” wrote one person in the comments section. “Sheer brilliance! I’m so jealous how South Koreans live in an exciting futurist yet transitional environment,” another said.