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Immersive Gigapixel Display
World's first immersive gigapixel resolution display, offering more than 1.5 billion pixels


Need to break barriers in data visualization and help professionals deal with the challenges presented by the massive datasets of today and tomorrow.


Dr. Arie Kaufman, Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Computer Science Department at Stony Brook University created the world's first immersive gigapixel resolution display, offering more than 1.5 billion pixels, multiple times the resolution of other tiled display systems. The Reality Deck is built and is located in CEWIT. Several applications have been developed.


Enables a number of interaction modalities such as "zoom in" on the data by walking up to a display and pan by simply turning the head. Overall context is always preserved. Allows for multi-user collaboration.


Data visualization


Arie Kaufman, Distinguished Prof. & Chair, Computer Science
Klaus Mueller, Professor, Computer Science
Hong Qin, Professor, Computer Science
Dimitrios Samaras, Assistant Professor, Computer Science
Kaloian Stanislavov Petkov, Research Assistant, Computer Science
Charilaos Papadopoulos, Research Assistant, Computer Science/CEWIT

Licensing Potential

We seek to develop and commercialize, by an exclusive or non-exclusive license agreement and/or sponsored research, with a company active in the area

Licensing Status

Available for License

Licensing Contact

Donna Tumminello, Assistant Director, Intellectual Property Partners,, 6316324163

Patent Status

Utility Patent Pending

Prototype is available for demonstration.

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