In June/July, I helped work on a combined project with University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and Recombinant Media Labs (RML).
The install was a reinstall of a previous setup. It consisted of 10 individual screens 12 feet wide x 6 feet 9 inches tall. Together they formed a rectangle 24 feet x 36 feet. 10 projectors, 1 per screen, projected on each screen to create a full 360 surround experience. The setup was complimented by a 10 channel audio setup with dedicated microphones, 28 MM-4 miniature loudspeakers, 12 UPJ-1P VariO loudspeakers, and eight UMS-1P subwoofers. To say the least, it was a massive system.
On June 10th there was an opening performance of the system and later was open to the public for viewing. Check out the opening performance below which is a small portion of the 50 minute showcase.
Check out the timelapse of the entire setup:
For a detailed writeup, checkout Berry Threw (who also helped on the project) at: http://www.barrythrew.com/2009/06/15/recombinant-media-labs-at-ucsd-roundup/