October 20, 2008: Ratko Jagodic, a Computer Science PhD student, spends summer at Sharp Laboratories at America developing new interaction technologies for large ultra-high-resolution display environments


Continuing the collaboration between the Sharp Laboratories of America (SLA) and the Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL), Ratko Jagodic, a Computer Science PhD student, spent his summer at SLA developing new interaction technologies for large ultra-high-resolution display environments. This work enables direct manipulation of these ultra-high resolution environments by multiple simultaneous users with various physical interaction devices. It also allows SLA to rapidly prototype various applications for these kinds of environments and investigate their usage in collaborative settings.

This ongoing collaboration between EVL and SLA started in February 2008 when EVL participated in the deployment of a 55 megapixel tiled LCD display called the "SharpWall". The SharpWall is driven by EVL's scalable tiled display software called SAGE (the Scalable Adaptive Graphics Environment), an operating system for managing ultra-high-resolution display environments.











































 
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