To create a fully the effect of the magical fully immersive experience, the complex design needed to minimize the seams between the moving and static LED screens. A seamless gap was established at just 2 mm thick (for comparison, a penny is 1.52 mm), which allows for virtually seamless imagery to the audience’s eye, a tolerance which has never before been accomplished on this scale. The overall video screen, in its widest configuration, produces enveloping imagery moving all its pieces and parts to fully immerse the audience. At 28 million pixels, the multi-axis video wall is the world’s most flexible Ultra-HD screen. Creating an innovative and complex entertainment experience never-before seen, came with significant challenges. Aside from the nearly seamless image requirement, at the time of design, the team did not know the final LED size specifications to be used in this avant-garde design and as such had to work with generic LED modules with a conservative weight allowance. The team then needed to design and engineer the complicated moving components of the wall so they could seamlessly fit through a variety of openings of different widths and sizes which were dependent on which LED Module was selected for use in the video wall. The final system had to be engineered to accommodate LED modules of different sizes, weights, and thicknesses, all of which would potentially affect the height and width of the overall structure. The ability of McLaren to problem-solve and think outside the box, resulted in a design that held back the structure and supporting machinery so that if component specifications changed, the design would still function optimally and result in the desired nearly seamless image.