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Saturday, August 25, 2007

220 Million Pixels on New System at UCSD

A new super high resolution display system developed at UCSD is going to allow scientists to visualize data like never before.

Engineers at the University of California, San Diego have constructed the highest-resolution computer display in the world - with a screen resolution up to 220 million pixels.
The processing power will come in handy for the kinds of large-scale applications that are likely to make use of the HIPerSpace system. Calit2 will make the displays available to teams of scientists or engineers dealing with very large data sets, from multiple gigabytes to terabytes, notably in the Earth sciences, climate prediction, biomedical engineering, genomics, and brain imaging. "The higher-resolution displays allow researchers to take in both the broad view of the data and the minutest details, all at the same time," said Kuester. "HIPerSpace also allows us to experiment on the two campuses with distributed teams that can collaborate and share insights derived from a better understanding of complex results. This capability will allow researchers at two UC campuses to collaborate more intensively with each other, and eventually with other campuses, thanks to the rapid rollout of OptIPortals outside of California."

The medical implications for this are astounding. Take a look at Siemens MRI BRAINLAB. these high resoultion monitors could be used in neurosurgery suites like the ones pictured in the BRAINLAB.



MRI Nueroarm Video