Full Coverage Displays (FCDs) are designed to cover the entire interior surface of a room with display pixels. This increased display real-estate offers great potential, not only because it allows for additional large wall-sized displays and offers potential for immersive Virtual Reality (VR) systems, but also because it gives application developers an opportunity to make connections between the physical and virtual objects within a room.

The ASPECTA (Affordable Spherically Projected Environments for the Construction of Tomorrow’s Applications) toolkit, being developed for my PhD thesis at the University of St Andrews, provides an affordable way to create an easily programmable and configurable FCD system.

For more information about how the ASPECTA Toolkit works and how it differs from pre-existing solutions please see the Features page or our publication.

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