LambdaTable - 24 Megapixel Tabletop System

The LambdaTable was the highest-resolution tabletop display system in the world at the time (2009), with a combined resolution of 24 million pixels. The device supports multi-user interaction for collaborative investigation of 2D and 3D high-resolution data. The LambdaTable is driven by a 7-node computer cluster with 10 gigabit interfaces and high-end graphics cards. Infrared camera-tracked pucks allow users to simultaneously pan, zoom, and rotate the imagery.