A VT researcher puts 24 monitors to good use

So, you think you're hot stuff with your dual, triple or even quad displays hooked up to your desktop or work PC? Impressive as your setup may be, it still doesn't come close to matching this 24 monitor setup.

Andrew Sabri, a researcher at the Center for Human-Computer Interaction at Virginia Tech, ran the displays using 12 Linux servers with 2 monitors each. He was able to get Quake 3 up and running at 10240 x 3072 at 15-30 FPS.

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