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|summary = The closest that artist Roger Ferragallo has come to displaying the full dimensions of his "Cosmic Tree of Life" digital painting was when he got the chance to display the latest version (2.0) of the art work on Calit2's [[Research Projects: HIPerSpace |HIPerSpace]] tiled display wall at UC San Diego recently. The&nbsp;digital painting measures 556&nbsp;<em>million </em>pixels, and it was displayed on [[Research Projects: HIPerSpace |HIPerSpace's]] native 287 million pixelsl. If ever "Cosmic Tree of Life" is printed out in its current incarnation, the painting would measure&nbsp;25 x 15 feet, so [[Research Projects: HIPerSpace |HIPerSpace]] permitted Ferragallo to see the full scope of his work on the tiled display system which measures 31.8 x 7.9 feet. [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awkGbvBz30I  In a video posted on YouTube], Ferragallo talks about displaying and interacting with his work on the HIPerSpace wall. "Cosmic Tree of Life" is also&nbsp;being exhibited online&nbsp;and interactively at [http://gigapan.org/viewGigapan.php?id=868 GigaPan.com], a project by Carnegie Mellon University with partners, Google Earth, NASA Ames and National Geographic, for displaying panoramic images online.
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|summary = The closest that artist Roger Ferragallo has come to displaying the full dimensions of his "Cosmic Tree of Life" digital painting was when he got the chance to display the latest version (2.0) of the art work on Calit2's [[Research Projects: HIPerSpace |HIPerSpace]] tiled display wall at UC San Diego recently. The&nbsp;digital painting measures 556&nbsp;<em>million </em>pixels, and it was displayed on [[Research Projects: HIPerSpace |HIPerSpace's]] native 287 million pixelsl. If ever "Cosmic Tree of Life" is printed out in its current incarnation, the painting would measure&nbsp;25 x 15 feet, so [[Research Projects: HIPerSpace |HIPerSpace]] permitted Ferragallo to see the full scope of his work on the tiled display system which measures 31.8 x 7.9 feet. [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awkGbvBz30I  In a video posted on YouTube], Ferragallo talks about displaying and interacting with his work on the [[Research Projects: HIPerSpace |HIPerSpace]] wall. "Cosmic Tree of Life" is also&nbsp;being exhibited online&nbsp;and interactively at [http://gigapan.org/viewGigapan.php?id=868 GigaPan.com], a project by Carnegie Mellon University with partners, Google Earth, NASA Ames and National Geographic, for displaying panoramic images online.
 
|reference = [http://life.calit2.net/archives/2009/04/cosmic-tree-of-life-on-hipersp.php Read More]
 
|reference = [http://life.calit2.net/archives/2009/04/cosmic-tree-of-life-on-hipersp.php Read More]
 
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April 17, 2009
The closest that artist Roger Ferragallo has come to displaying the full dimensions of his "Cosmic Tree of Life" digital painting was when he got the chance to display the latest version (2.0) of the art work on Calit2's HIPerSpace tiled display wall at UC San Diego recently. The digital painting measures 556 million pixels, and it was displayed on HIPerSpace's native 287 million pixelsl. If ever "Cosmic Tree of Life" is printed out in its current incarnation, the painting would measure 25 x 15 feet, so HIPerSpace permitted Ferragallo to see the full scope of his work on the tiled display system which measures 31.8 x 7.9 feet. In a video posted on YouTube, Ferragallo talks about displaying and interacting with his work on the HIPerSpace wall. "Cosmic Tree of Life" is also being exhibited online and interactively at GigaPan.com, a project by Carnegie Mellon University with partners, Google Earth, NASA Ames and National Geographic, for displaying panoramic images online. (Read More)


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