Hi, here are a couple of examples from the Electronic Visualization
Laboratory (EVL) at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).

- CAVE2 -  approximately 24 feet in diameter and 8 feet tall, and consists
of 72 near-seamless passive stereo off-axis-optimized 3D LCD panels, a
36-node high-performance computer cluster, a 20-speaker surround audio
system, a 10-camera optical tracking system and a 100-Gigabit/second
connection to the outside world. CAVE2 provides users with a 320-degree
panoramic environment for displaying information at 37 Megapixels in 3D or
74 Megapixels in 2D with a horizontal visual acuity of 20/20 - almost 10
times the 3D resolution of the original CAVE.
Here's a performance that was done with the CAVE2 last year:
- Original CAVE - https://www.evl.uic.edu/pape/CAVE/

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