I'm wondering, is it somehow possible to serve ad-units from Google on large screens and still keep their size in percentage of viewport width. What I mean is that banner 768x90px is OK for 1024px screen width (or even 1280 and 1360) but it looks awfully small on my Kindle Fire (2560px viewport width).
Does anyone have any experience in serving Google Ads on displays with huge resolutions. My TV connects to the internet using home WiFi network and all ads look even smaller (resolution 8000x4500, I think in 16:9 aspect ratio). I can make everything on my websites responsive but Google ads.
May I do something to "enlarge" ads served by Google but not at cost of breaking their policy.
I have tried to find any internet resource to learn more about this and failed.
This is same 728x90px ad and how it looks at two different screens (right above the page-footer). As you can see, everything is perfectly responsive (images, fonts, etc), but google ads keep fixed size and the worst thing, they are almost unusable.