World’s biggest HD display system debuts

Techradar.com: The folks in UC San Diego were in for a big surprise last week when the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) unveiled something it had been working on, the highest-resolution display system for scientific visualisation in the world.

The display called Highly Interactive Parallelized Display Space (or HIPer for short) consists of an unbelievable 287 million pixels of screen res and is claimed to be 10 per cent bigger than the hyperwall-2, a NASA-built system that used to be the biggest in the world.

The display is constructed from 70 high-resolution Dell 30-inch displays, arranged in fourteen columns of five displays. Each display consists of 2,560 by 1,600 pixels, totalling a massive 35,640 by 8,000 pixels.

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