Video Wall Fault Tolerance article

I wrote an article for Sound and Communications Magazine on Video Wall Fault Tolerance.

http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/544901a3#/544901a3/53

Hiperwall Fault Tolerance

In March, I wrote a post on Fault Tolerance for the Hiperwall blog. I’ll link to it here since my name didn’t get attached to it there.

 

See the (Really) Big Picture

At Hiperwall, our tagline is “See the big picture” and we do that well. In applications from scientific visualization to control rooms and operations centers, being able to see lots of information in great detail allows our users to understand more clearly and make important decisions quickly. We’ve shown billion pixel images on Hiperwall systems, . . . → Read More: See the (Really) Big Picture

Picture of the Building a Product Panel at the UC Technology Commercialization Forum

This is the Building a Product panel at the UC Technology Commercialization Forum on May 8th. Next to me are Dr. Christine Ho of Imprint Energy and Dr. Michelle Brown of Olfactor Laboratories, as well as the moderator Dr. Thomas Lipkin of UCLA. The picture is pretty low res, because it was cropped from an . . . → Read More: Picture of the Building a Product Panel at the UC Technology Commercialization Forum

UC Technology Commercialization Forum

On Thursday May 8th, I participated in the “Building a Product” panel at the University of California Technology Commercialization Forum at the Westin Hotel near San Francisco Airport. The day-long event had presentations by researchers who have products that are nearly ready to commercialize, as well as panels and talks by venture capitalists and members . . . → Read More: UC Technology Commercialization Forum

Story about Hiperwall installation for US Coast Guard

Homeland Security Today magazine has published an article about how a powerful, yet cost-effective Hiperwall video wall solution helped the Coast Guard modernize their command center while maintaining and enhancing capability in a budget conscious manner.

Click the link in the paragraph above or use the URL below:

http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/kmd/hst_201402/#/28

 

Hiperwall is hiring sales people

We are hiring at least one Territory Sales Representative to sell Hiperwall systems. We are looking for candidates that have some sales experience (a year or two), as well as basic understanding of computer networking.

Hiperwall is a startup that makes software to drive video wall systems, and as our software scales for systems with . . . → Read More: Hiperwall is hiring sales people

NASA’s New Mars Panorama on Hiperwall

These are pictures of NASA’s new panoramic image from the Opportunity rover on Mars being displayed on Hiperwall. The image has more than 180 million pixels, so it would be very hard to see well on a single monitor. With Hiperwall, we can see the whole image, as shown in the first picture, by zooming . . . → Read More: NASA’s New Mars Panorama on Hiperwall

InfoComm 2012 wrapup

The Hiperwall booth at InfoComm in Las Vegas went very well. We brought a 12 monitor wall, consisting of 46” NEC thin-bezel monitors on a Premier mounting system and driven by Technovare Core i5 set-top PCs. We also borrowed two 55” monitors with embedded AMD PCs to show that our software is very flexible and . . . → Read More: InfoComm 2012 wrapup

Hiperwall: Building a Product from University Research UCI EECS Colloquium Presentation

I will be presenting “Hiperwall: Building a Product from University Research” at the UCI EECS Graduate Student Colloquium on 5/23. The presentation is linked below.

2012 UCI EECS Colloquium Presentation