HOUSTON -- Landmark has introduced the Landmark M5600, a new quad full high-definition monitor for ultra-refined geoscience visualization and analysis. It features a 56-in. (142 cm) quad full high-definition screen that is four times the size and twice the pixel count of today's highest resolution 30-in. (76 cm) screens with a resolution of 3840 x 2160, Landmark says.
According to Landmark, when the monitor is paired with a recommended visualization server and workstation from Dell, HP, Sun, or Verari, it makes visualization capabilities easy to deploy. The monitor also allows users to view multiple data sources together. Such capabilities were once available only in specialized visualization centers.
The monitor's resolution and expansive viewing area allow users to view large amounts of detailed data in full context without the zooming or scrolling required with smaller monitors, Landmark says. It also eliminates the need to jump from screen-to-screen, a common problem when multiple small monitors are joined side-by-side.