At Iowa State University, they've created a virtual reality room that surrounds you with 100 million pixels. The $4 million room is 10 feet by 10 feet with a 96 GPU HP computer and 24 Sony Digial Projectors.
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That's twice the number of pixels lighting up any virtual reality room in the world and 16 times the pixels now projected on Iowa State's C6, a 10-foot by 10-foot virtual reality room that surrounds users with computer-generated 3-D images. That means the C6 will produce virtual reality at the world's highest resolution.
Iowa State's C6 opened in June 2000 as the country's first six-sided virtual reality room designed to immerse users in images and sound. The graphics and projection technology that made such immersion possible hasn't been updated since the C6 opened. (Science Daily)