When it comes to the screens, Sharp makes them really small like the Freestyle AQUOS portable TV or quite large like the 70-inch LCD TV.
Sharp is now going all out with this multi-screen display system that covers the floor, the walls, and the ceiling with 156 x 60 inch panels. As you can see, all of them are working together, and it is going to be used at Huis Ten Bosch theme park in Nagasaki, Japan.
In case you are wondering what the bars are there for, I believe it is so that the tourists can keep their balance. I have been in rooms with the 360 screens, and found that certain movements of the camera create an effect of dizziness on the viewers.
As you can see, all we have a this 3D rendering of what Sharp’s Fantasy Room would look like, and it is probably the best way that you can do an aquarium without the use of fish. Just close your eyes and imagine all the rooms in your house like this one.