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Hyperwall Presentations

NASA’s Hyperwall is a video wall capable of displaying multiple high-definition data visualizations and/or images simultaneously across an arrangement of screens. Functioning as a key component at many NASA exhibits, the Hyperwall is used to help explain phenomena, ideas, or examples of world change.

Many of the Hyperwall stories reveal change across space and time, while others display large-scale still-images accompanied by descriptive, story-telling captions.

  • The small version of each PPT contains slides with still images and an external link to each video.
  • The large version of each PPT contains slides with each video embedded.
Project Leads funded by NASA interested in developing a hyperwall presentation:
  1. Notify Peter Griffith (CCEO Leader) by email of your intent to develop hyperwall content.
    • Everything you need to know to get started making your own Hyperwall presentation is under “Preparing Hyperwall Content” here.
  2. Send your draft presentations to Peter Griffith for review. Please allow time for review, revision, and regeneration of Hyperwall content in advance of your event.

2017

Kevin Bowman

A Tale of 3 Continents, Carbon Response to the 2015-2016 El Nino




Download mp4 (447.7 MB)


Peter Griffith

The Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment Airborne Campaign 2017




Download PPT (25 MB)


Download PPT (1.18 GB)


YouTube Video

David Lagomasino

Measuring Mangroves from Space: No More Swamp Feet



Download PPT (12.5 MB)


Download PPT (1.07 GB)

2016

George Hurtt

High Resolution Carbon Monitoring and Modeling Prototype

Download PPT (6.16 MB)


Download PPT (200.58 MB)

Daniel Jacob

Observing Methane Emissions from Space

 
Download PPT (21.73 MB)


Download PPT (222.69 MB)

Lesley Ott

Global Carbon Dioxide Fluxes and Atmospheric Concentrations

Download PPT (6.33 MB)


Download PPT (1152.72 MB)


Original file locations are in the "Notes" section of each slide.