It looks as though UC San Diego has snagged the title of â€œWorld's highest-resolution scientific display systemâ€ thanks to the research departments massive wall oâ€™ monitors (31.8â€™ wide and 7.5â€™ tall). Oddly enough, NASA held the record just two weeks ago. Kinda makes you wonder what weâ€™ll see next month!
Calit2's expanded HIPerSpace is an ultra-scale visualization environment developed on a multi-tile paradigm. The system features 70 high-resolution Dell 30" displays, arranged in fourteen columns of five displays each. Each 'tile' has a resolution of 2,560 by 1,600 pixels - bringing the combined, visible resolution to 35,640 by 8,000 pixels, or more than 286.7 million pixels in all.