Panasonic supplied a total of 16 display screens, including the largest-ever, 644 m2 ASTROVISION, to the many venues of the Olympic Winter Games Salt Lake 2002. All utilized the latest technology, the LED system. 18 years had passed since Panasonic delivered the ASTROVISION to the main stadium of the Olympic Games Los Angeles 1984, ushering in a new era of large-scale visual systems. The incandescent lamp system, which had been the norm, had evolved into the liquid crystal display system by the Olympic Games Atlanta 1996, and further evolved into the fluorescent discharge tube system. At each transition, remarkable improvements in image quality and cost were made.