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Nonavitra Visualization Wall

Reserving Nonavitra

Any S&T student, faculty or staff may reserve the Nonavitra Visualization Wall.

Requests will be considered on a first come, first served basis. Reservations may also be made by phone or in person. Contact the Circulation Desk (573-341-4008) in order to schedule, reschedule, or cancel reservations.

Nonavitra is available during library hours, but reservations should end by 30 minutes prior to closing.


Optimize PowerPoint

 The "Template" file provides a lay-out guide for creating your own PowerPoint presentations that take advantage of the size of the visualization wall. 

Log in to Nonavitra

Simple!  Use your SSO (single sign on) ID and password.


S drive and research drives that you have access to will need to be mounted.

What is the Nonavitra Visualization Wall?

System overview

The Nonavitra Visualization Wall was engineered and constructed by the S&T IT Research Support Services (IT RSS) in 2014.  It was upgraded in 2021. The four displays are thin, energy-efficient, and meet the requirements of users needing high definition and large screens to display content.

The Nonavitra Visualization Wall is driven by a single Windows computer with Single Sign-On (SSO) requirements.

Dimensions:  144.5 inches wide, 94.5 inches tall, 18,662,400 pixels

Systems Information

Displays:  Four 75" Samsung Digital Signage displays (model QE75T) are arranged in a two-row, two-column configuration

Display Specifications:

  • 4K individual resolution
  • 8K collective resolution
  • Certified for 16/7 use

Resolution: 7680x4320

Interface mechanism: wireless keyboard, mouse

Workstation Specifications:

  • Storage
    • 2 TB NVMe SSD
  • Processor
    • Dual Intel Xeon Silver 4214R Dodeca-core 2.4 GHz CPUs
  • Memory
    • 64 GB 2933MHz DDR4 ECC RAM
  • Graphics
    • Dual Nvidia Quadro RTX4000 cards


Nonavitra is located on the first floor of the Curtis Laws Wilson Library. At this time, no remote access is available. The visualization space seats six comfortably, and extra chairs are available.

Computing Environment

Use of Nonavitra is governed by the best practices, standards, and policies of the University.

Saving Data

Before each working session, import all data and program files from a long-term storage medium, and transfer them back to long-term storage when finished. The system has USB support and is connected to the S&T network. Long-term storage media, such as USB (flash or magnetic) drives, and network-enabled storage services such as your -S- drive, are suggested. Saving data directly on the system is not available.