That’s right, Christopher Jaynes and Stephen Webb “have just built a 27 foot x 15 foot projected seamless display that shows 60 million pixels.”

As The Courier-Journal reported: “Building such a high-resolution display would normally cost millions of dollars, but Jaynes and Webb crafted the device from $100,000 in computers and projectors available at Best Buy and Circuit City.” The alleged “world’s highest resolution seamless display” is currently on public exhibition at the Galt House Conservatory in Louisville, Kentucky through Saturday

[via engadget]

That’s right, Christopher Jaynes and Stephen Webb “have just built a 27 foot x 15 foot projected seamless display that shows 60 million pixels.”

As The Courier-Journal reported: “Building such a high-resolution display would normally cost millions of dollars, but Jaynes and Webb crafted the device from $100,000 in computers and projectors available at Best Buy and Circuit City.” The alleged “world’s highest resolution seamless display” is currently on public exhibition at the Galt House Conservatory in Louisville, Kentucky through Saturday

[via engadget]