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RENCI's Multi-touch Visualization Wall

A 13 x 5 foot multi-touch visualization wall at Duke University's Renaissance Computing Institute

RENCI (Renaissance Computing Institute) at the Duke University Engagement Center includes a 13 x 5 foot multi-touch visualization wall that uses six high-definition projectors (two rows of three) for a combined resolution of 5760 x 2160 pixels. The display wall enables multiple users to simultaneously interact with their data and images by directly touching the wall. The wall is based on an innovative RENCI design that is fully scalable and applicable to non-flat surfaces. The system uses both Windows and Linux operating systems.

Further information about RENCI is available Here. (Date of Image: July 2009)

Credit: Duke University
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