Getting the big picture

I saw my first 100 Mpixel display today, on a visit to Calit2 at UCSD.

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It’s 55 standard displays, with a bank of Linux machines to drive them. So the pixels are the same size as on your normal display, but you need to walk around to examine the whole image. Very cool.

Click the picture for a couple more images.

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