The NASA Hyperwall-2 isn’t your average multi-display setup. This one was created for “displaying images from Nasa’s Spitzer Space Telescope; the quarter-of-a-billion-pixel, 128-screen, 23ft-wide LCD array is the world’s highest-resolution display system.” Video after the break.

Installed at Nasa’s Ames Research Centre in 2008, the system is powered by 128 graphics-processing units with 1,024 processor cores, running at speeds of up to 74 teraflops – that’s 74 trillion calculations per second, the equivalent of over 300 PS3 consoles.

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