University of California, San Diego researchers now have an up-close view of their work, aided by nearly 290 million pixels, after the school built what's reportedly the highest-resolution screen in the world.

The California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2), a research group affiliated with UC-San Diego, announced earlier this month that it has completed work on the Highly Interactive Parallelized Display Screen (HIPerSpace), which features 286.7 million pixels. The display is 31.8 feet wide and 7.5 feet tall, and it includes 14 columns of screens. The second-highest-resolution screen in the world, NASA's hyperwall-2, has 256 million pixels. San Diego's record


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