Large stereoscopic display in a unique curved configuration.

More about this platform

The MIRE system (« Mur Immersif pour la Recherche et l’Enseignement »: Immersive Wall for Research and Teaching) is a large stereoscopic wall-sized display with a motion tracking system. Its curved configuration enhances the feeling of immersion and is well adapted to teaching configurations.


Technical description

  • Display: 8 (4 x 2) BARCO 70" OLS-721 cubes, each with a Full HD stereoscopic projector, and a very small image gap (1mm)
  • Size: 6m x 1.8m (10.8 square meters)
  • Resolution: 7680 x 2180 = 16,742,400 pixels
  • Cluster: NVIDIA Kepler 5000 GPUs supporting stereoscopic rendering on the whole screen
  • Motion tracking: 4-camera ART Trackpack 4


  • Node managers: Cindy Castro (UVSQ), Jean-Luc Maria (CNRS)
  • Project coordinator: Bertrand Lembège (UVSQ)
  • Web site: http://www.ovsq.uvsq.fr
  • Phone number: +33 (0)1 80 28 51 03
  • Operational since: 2014
  • Installed by: Immersion


OVSQ - Observatoire de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, Guyancourt