Google works on large-scale video displays


WSJ: The company’s advanced-projects lab is developing a display composed to small screens that can be plugged together to create a large, seamless image.

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WSJ: The company’s advanced-projects lab is developing a display composed to small screens that can be plugged together to create a large, seamless image.

With the modular pieces, the screen could be made into different sizes and shapes, the people said.

The previously undisclosed project is led by Mary Lou Jepsen, a former Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor best known for co-founding the One Laptop Per Child project, an ambitious but ultimately unsuccessful project to give cheap laptops to tens of millions of children in poor countries.

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