Public Displays

United States

Giant Kelp Forest in Glass     Aquarium of the Pacific      Long Beach, California

A huge  life-size display positioned prominently at the front of the Aquarium of the Pacific features a super-resolution 2.6 gigapixel image of a California Kelp Forest embedded in the 26 glass windows that line 130 ft structure.  Illuminated at night, the image is viewable from the inside and outside of the building, giving visitors the impression they are looking into an underwater Kelp Forest.

 

Long Beach

100 Aquarium Way

Long Beach, CA 90802

Mon - Sun 9:00am to 6:00pm

 

562-590-3100

Jacobs Hall HiPerSpace Wall      University of California San Diego

Images from the "Portrait of a Coral Reef" and  "Return to Bloody Bay" projects are displayed on a high resolution tiled monitor at Jacobs Hall at UCSD in San Diego.  The images document changes over a ten year period in a large section of a coral reef in the Caribbean. Marine scientist are analyzing the images, providing clues to the effects of global warming on coral reefs.

 

Jacobs Hall

9500 Gilman Dr

La Jolla, CA 92093

Qualcomm Institute      University of California San Diego

Images from the "Grouper Moon" and  "Kelp Forest" projects are displayed to demonstrate the super resolution tiled monitor display in the Calit2 Visualization laboratory located  Atkinson Hall at UCSD.  Calit2 facilities are not open to the public, however it is possible to tours.  Visit http://tours.calit2.net for more information.

 

Atkinson Hall

9500 Gilman Dr

La Jolla, CA 92093

Cayman Islands

Camana Bay Observation Tower    Camana Bay      Grand Cayman

A huge  life-size display positioned prominently at the front of the Aquarium of the Pacific features a super-resolution 2.6 gigapixel image of a California Kelp Forest embedded in the 26 glass windows that line 130 ft structure.  Illuminated at night, the image is viewable from the inside and outside of the building, giving visitors the impression they are looking into an underwater Kelp Forest.

 

Long Beach

100 Aquarium Way

Long Beach, CA 90802

Mon - Sun 9:00am to 6:00pm

 

562-590-3100

Sunset House Room 407      George Town,  Grand Cayman

Images from the "Portrait of a Coral Reef" and  "Return to Bloody Bay" projects are displayed on a high resolution tiled monitor at Jacobs Hall at UCSD in San Diego.  The images document changes over a ten year period in a large section of a coral reef in the Caribbean. Marine scientist are analyzing the images, providing clues to the effects of global warming on coral reefs.

 

Jacobs Hall

9500 Gilman Dr

La Jolla, CA 92093

Little Cayman Museum      Little Cayman

Images from the "Grouper Moon" and  "Kelp Forest" projects are displayed on a super resolution tiled monitor display in the Calit2 Visualization laboratory located  Atkinson Hall at UCSD.  Calit2 facilities are not open to the public, however it is possible to tours.  Visit http://tours.calit2.net for more information.

 

Little Cayman Museum

Blossom Village

Little Cayman

Coral Anchors     Cayman Brac Beach Resort      Cayman Brac

Images from the "Grouper Moon" and  "Kelp Forest" projects are displayed on a super resolution tiled monitor display in the Calit2 Visualization laboratory located  Atkinson Hall at UCSD.  Calit2 facilities are not open to the public, however it is possible to tours.  Visit http://tours.calit2.net for more information.

 

Atkinson Hall

9500 Gilman Dr

La Jolla, CA 92093

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