Imagine one of your walls had the functionality of an iPad. It would look something like what the people at the University of Gorningen, in the Netherlands, cooked up. Made from a converted 3D theater, U of G constructed the world's largest touch screen to aid in the interactive teaching of mathematics and computer science. The screen is 32.8 ft by 9.2 ft, transparent, has a curvature of 135 degrees, and can detect up to 100 simultaneous touch inputs using six Optitrack cameras. A thousand LED lights powers the display that's able to pump out a super-HD resolution of 4900 x1 700 pixels. Peep the video above to see it in action and imagine how dope it would be to play Angry Birds on that thing.

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