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We compare user-interaction and performance on a navigation and way finding task across two separate immersive displays: a low-cost, tiled, multi-screen immersive visualization system and a more expensive, continuous screen, immersive visualization facility. The low-cost system is designed with economy in mind and uses off-the-shelf components. It is(More)
This poster describes an experiment designed to evaluate the effectiveness of a seven screen tiled display. Results show that there are no statistically significant differences in performance on a simple spatial task across display technology. This work can assist researchers of panoramic display systems in evaluating the optimal spatial placement of screen(More)
Over the past several years Tiled Displays have slowly evolved from expensive blended-projection systems to Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) tiled displays. The LCD systems are typically cheaper to construct and maintain, but the bezels introduced at screen edges are often a common source of complaints. Our long term research goal is to settle the debate(More)
3D Immersive visualization systems provide a novel platform to present complex datasets and virtual environments (VEs). The objective of the research presented here is to compare user-interaction and performance between two immersive displays: a low-cost, tiled, multi-screen immersive visualization system and a more expensive, continuous, immersive(More)
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