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Clay writes – “When friend of QJ.NET “Crazy Jon” called us up and told us about a project he was working on, we didn’t believe it at first. But when we got to his house, sure enough — twelve 30-inch Dell flatscreen monitors are sitting in his office, and he’s grinning from ear to ear. Also among the pile of goodies are six NVidia GeForce 7900 GTX 512mb video cards, and three Turbo-Cool 1KW 1000-watt power supplies. Soon the QJ.NET crew was busy unboxing and tackling the project of mounting these bad boys.”Link.

Related note, 5 – 32″ Mac monitors too!?

Phillip Torrone

Editor at large – Make magazine. Creative director – Adafruit Industries, contributing editor – Popular Science. Previously: Founded – Hack-a-Day, how-to editor – Engadget, Director of product development – Fallon Worldwide, Technology Director – Braincraft.


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  1. monopole says:

    Down the road from me, one of my friends has this:
    http://vis.eng.uci.edu/cg/projects/hiperwall/

    very nice

    Of course the real fun is to use chromium ( http://sourceforge.net/projects/chromium/ ) to slave all the monitors together into one giant 3d render. Realy fun using flightgear or Quake II

  2. monopole says:

    Down the road from me, one of my friends has this:
    http://vis.eng.uci.edu/cg/projects/hiperwall/

    very nice

    Of course the real fun is to use chromium ( http://sourceforge.net/projects/chromium/ ) to slave all the monitors together into one giant 3d render. Really fun using flightgear or Quake II

  3. mxlews says:

    Apple does not make 32″ LCDs.

    20″
    23″
    30″

  4. Slickfl21 says:

    Well there are many questions placed here. So if you are wanting answers or even want to follow the progress of the wall-monitors check it out here. http://www.data1online.com/tech

    We update the site and progress of this project daily.

    And trust me, Plasmas, projectors, and especially DLP wouldn’t come close to this resolution.

    And yes it is 30″ Apple LCDs

  5. Slickfl21 says:

    Well there are many questions placed here. So if you are wanting answers or even want to follow the progress of the wall-monitors check it out here. http://www.data1online.com/tech

    We update the site and progress of this project daily.

    And trust me, Plasmas, projectors, and especially DLP wouldn’t come close to this resolution.

    And yes it is 30″ Apple LCDs

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