The Princeton Scalable Display Wall project explores how to build a high-quality, large-format display system with inexpensive commodity components and to effectively utilize it in a collaborative environment. The goal is to develop techniques, software tools and applications to make a large-format display system scalable, easy to use, and useful for collaborative environments. This article provides an overview of our research activities in building and using a second-generation, 24-projector tiled display wall. The research activities include scalable and automatic geometric alignment, color balancing for tiled DLP projectors, tiled display management tools, IMAX-quality parallel MPEG decoder, parallel rendering with k-way replication, distributed sound server, visualizing genomic data sets, scalable isosurface extraction, synchronized programming environment, and multiuser shared display system.
Grant Wallace, Otto Anshus, Peng Bi, Han Chen, Yuqun Chen, Perry Cook, Adam Finkelstein, Thomas Funkhouser, Anoop Gupta, Matthew Hibbs, Kai Li, Zhiyan Liu, Rudrajit Samanta, Rahul Sukthankar, and Olga Troyanskaya.
"Tools and Applications for Large-Scale Display Walls."
IEEE Computer Graphics & Applications 25(4):24-33, July 2005.
author = "Grant Wallace and Otto Anshus and Peng Bi and Han Chen and Yuqun Chen
and Perry Cook and Adam Finkelstein and Thomas Funkhouser and
Anoop Gupta and Matthew Hibbs and Kai Li and Zhiyan Liu and
Rudrajit Samanta and Rahul Sukthankar and Olga Troyanskaya",
title = "Tools and Applications for Large-Scale Display Walls",
journal = "IEEE Computer Graphics & Applications",
year = "2005",
month = jul,
volume = "25",
number = "4",
pages = "24--33"