Viewing Extremely Large Images
The images below are from an ultra-high resolution aerial composite photograph of the University of California, Irvine. The original image is 12,800 by 8,000 pixels, making it far to large to view in its entirety on any ordinary display system. The image on the left shows the composite photo in its entirety, greatly zoomed out so it can fit in the allotted area. The image on the right shows the amount of detail that can be seen on the entire image if it is viewed with Hiperwall software managing a 5 x 5 matrix of 30" high resolution LCD monitors. This level of detail will be available at all points on all 25 monitors. In addition, the Hiperwall software makes it possible to adjust the zoom level, position, transparency, coloring and rotation of the entire image on all 25 monitors in real time.