A nice 9600x5400 pixels 3D display
He put five rows of five Full HS 3D screens on the wall and linked them to more than a dozen of the most powerfull Nvidia workstations on hand: the NVidia Quadroplex and linked them with NVIDIA G-Sync II technology. On the software side, McCrory developed a GPU-based volume renderer to produce 3D visuals of the facility’s imaging data. The renderer works in conjunction with the open source ImageJ image processing application, which converts CAMI’s imaging data into the layered TIFF format used by the renderer.
At CAMI, The display IT people don't look at the screen, they watch the scientists looking at their own data in 3D : “When I get something new on the 3D wall I don’t even look at the screen any more – I look at people’s faces”, said Dr. Thomas Meade.
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Source : Randall Hand from Vizworld.