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Building and Using A Scalable Display Wall System
Computer Graphics and Applications, December 2000

Kai Li, Han Chen, Yuqun Chen,
Douglas W. Clark, Perry Cook, Stefanos Damianakis,
Georg Essl, Adam Finkelstein, Thomas Funkhouser,
Timothy Housel, Allison Klein, Zhiyan Liu,
Emil Praun, Rudrajit Samanta, Ben Shedd,
Jaswinder Pal Singh, George Tzanetakis, Jiannan Zheng


Abstract

Princeton's Scalable Display Wall project explores building and using a large-format display with multiple commodity components. The prototype system has been operational since March 1998. Our goal is to construct a collaborative space that fully exploits a large-format display system with immersive sound and natural user interfaces. Here we discuss our early experiences in building and using the Scalable Display Wall, including for classroom use.

Citation (BibTeX)

Kai Li, Han Chen, Yuqun Chen, Douglas W. Clark, Perry Cook, Stefanos Damianakis, Georg Essl, Adam Finkelstein, Thomas Funkhouser, Timothy Housel, Allison Klein, Zhiyan Liu, Emil Praun, Rudrajit Samanta, Ben Shedd, Jaswinder Pal Singh, George Tzanetakis, and Jiannan Zheng. Building and Using A Scalable Display Wall System. Computer Graphics and Applications 20(4):29-37, December 2000.