Short of being at the actual World Cup, the best way to watch the upcoming tournament may be on a $1.7 million TV that is the size of a soccer goal and shows the players at life size.

British company Titan has released the appropriately named "Zeus," which at around 26 feet by 16 feet is the world's largest television. Zeus towers over the previous world record holder, a $1 million Panasonic television which measures more than 12 feet wide.

Zeus employs 4K, which is the equivalent of four times the sharpness of HD.

According to the Daily Mail, Zeus can be controlled with gestures, allowing users to change the channel with a wink. The screen, which adjusts its brightness depending on a room's light, can even be used to watch 20 channels at one time.

"Following the interest in the launch range of our ultra-high end 173 inch (14.4 foot) domestic screens we decided to create something iconic," Titan CEO Anthony Ganjou said. "And the team spent six months building the million pound screen."

Only four of these televisions have been made, with two already sold. One of the TVs is thought to have been sold to a British millionaire who placed it at the bottom of a swimming pool.

Le Grand Hotel in Cannes, France, has one mounted on top of its building: