A few weeks ago we brought you news about the Hyperwall-2 which was developed by NASA and dubbed the "world's highest resolution visualization system." However, it appears that that title has already fallen to the Hiperspace, or the "Highly Interactive Parallelized Display Space project" developed by UC San Diego. According to the press release, the display features nearly 287 million pixels of screen resolution-surpassing Hyperwall-2's record by about 10%. It is also about 30% bigger than the original Hiperspace Wall developed in 2006 at 31.8 feet wide and 7.5 feet tall.
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