I am an MIT graduate student working with MIT Ventureships and a new startup
company that is marketing patented technology for auto-edge blending and
warping of images from multiple projectors into one cohesive image. Brian
Paul suggested that I post to this list to ask if any of you or your clients
might find this technology particularly useful. Basically, this company's
software provides a quick, versatile, and automated blending and warping of
images from multiple projectors into one cohesive image. This technology is
being used to create large, bright, high-resolution projections by using
multiple, low-cost projectors. We think this patented technology has the
potential to disrupt standard paradigms for producing immersive display
environments at low costs.
If any of you get a chance and can help me answer a couple of questions
(listed below), I'd really appreciate it.
* Are the folks you've worked with interested in having larger displays
or higher resolution displays? Why?
* How do your customers interact with the screens?
* Do you or your customers already work with discrete displays?
* Is there any advantage to making them seemless?
* Does screen geometry play much of a role with users of Mesa and
Chromium in the scientific visualization community?