Electronic Mapwall

IMG_0944
The electronic mapwall at Plymouth State provides meteorology students a unique platform to visualize a wide variety of atmospheric phenomenon. Students are able to use the wall to analyze a wide variety of surface & upper air data observations, radar & satellite imagery, and numerical weather prediction model forecast parameters.

Consisting of eight 48 inch HD monitors, the map wall is capable of displaying any type of digital content. Students can use the mapwall as a canvass for designing their own interactive multimedia weather discussions. With a combined resolution of 7680 by 2048 pixels, the map wall allows for enhanced viewing of high resolution imagery from NASA, NOAA, and other sources.

IMG_20150721_104851919_HDR

Dr. Jason Cordeira uses the mapwall to visualize atmospheric rivers.