Building a Scalable Display Wall (10 Nov 2000)
While most computer technology has been moving on the curve of Moore's law, the display resolution has been improving only at the rate of about 5% per year during the past two decades. The Princeton Scalable Display Wall project explores how to build and use a large-format high-resolution, display with multiple commodity components. Our goal is to construct a collaborative space that fully utilizes a large-format display, immersive sound, and natural user interfaces. This talk gives an overview of the project and describes the research challenges in building the display wall, and our experiences in using the display wall.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/seminar/abstracts/00-01/001110-li.html
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