Frederick Noronha on Sun, 12 Nov 2006 12:08:44 +0100 (CET)

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<nettime> VideoWhale project.. from Pakistan

Could you please tell me what you think of this project? Sounds interesting....

Zeeshan Ali Khattak developed the Video-Whale
Project, which assembled a group of Red-Hat GNU/Linux boxes
into a wall of video. The Video-Whale Project is an
implementation of a video wall which exploits the combined
power of Gstreamer and Xinerama. With it, four monitors are
controlled by one machine, and a LAN of four machine controls
a 16-monitor video wall. It comes across as a very
interesting implementation of low-cost alternative technology
to meet needs of the hardware-constrained, resource-poor but
talent-rich Third World.

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