One Billion Watchout Pixels at the SJMC Museum

A record-breaking video installation: 60 Vidémus Watchout players, 77 Datapath FX4, 450 NEC flat screens and 12 BARCO projectors for a total of over one billion pixels.

Dedicated to the memory of the Australian men and women who came to Europe to fight in the First World War, the Sir John Monash Centre (SJMC) is the first museum in the world to feature a total of over one billion screen pixels.

At the centre of the museum, both geographically and metaphorically, is the immersive room with a 360° film which plunges visitors into battle. The 186 screens on the walls and ceiling constitute a wall of over 385 million pixels!

Project photos courtesy of Dataton partner Vidémus: (in French)

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