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The BlueSpace wall display project (22 Jun 2004)
The BlueSpace wall display is an exciting demonstration of the potential of multimedia development on the Java platform. In this project, first developed by the IBM Worldwide Accessibility Center in 2003 and presented this year at JavaOne, a large-scale, high-resolution visual screen is implemented as a grid of projected computer displays. The resulting display is infinitely malleable in size and form and has numerous multimedia and presentation capabilities. Regular developerWorks contributor and Worldwide Accessibility Center engineer Barry Feigenbaum summarizes the concept and implementation details behind this project, for which he was the development team leader.
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