NASA creates 23 x 10ft mega display

The scientists over at NASA need to study the tiniest of tiny details, specs in space and so they needed no less than the world's highest resolution visualisation system.

NASA's Advanced Supercomputing Division at Ames has created a 128 screen, called the hyperwall-2.

This mega display is capable of rendering one quarter billion pixels.

It measures 23 x 10ft, and is powered by 128 GPUs and 1024 processor cores with 74 teraflops of peak processing power.

And it takes 475 terabytes of storage to keep the system rolling.