That’s right, Sung-Jin Kim used fifty 30-inch Apple Cinema Displays to create TileViewer, a “distributed visualization framework” that “works on Windows XP, Mac OS X, and Linux .” Videos after the jump.

One of my future plans for TileViewer is adding a multi-user support, where multiple (about 20 people) users can simultaneously interact by moving objects around using multiple 3-D mouse pointers and TabletPCs

Video 1

Rearranging of images and zooming of the visualization space are achieved intuitively using a 3D mouse

Video 2

SOAR ( is an out-of-core terrain visualization engine by Peter Lindstrom