Google's Liquid Galaxy is. a wraparound view of 8 LCD screens

12-Feb-2010
Just up and running: http://blogs.adobe.com/jnack/2010/02/demo_google_liquid_galaxy.html
GOOGLE is moving into the world of 3D.
The IT giant’s latest project is called Liquid Galaxy and is a chamber in which the viewer is surrounded by LCDs displaying synchronised imagery from Google’s Street View and Google Earth.
The technology has been developed by Google software engineer Jason Holt as part of Google’s 20 Per Cent Project, where staff are given 20 per cent of their work time to develop their own projects.
An example of the Liquid Galaxy tool has been posted on YouTube and is already receiving rave reviews.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atV2foTBbyE&feature=player_embedded

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Completely wrong newsgroup choices there.
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