1 Million Digits of Pi
On October 17, 2011, Shigeru Kondo concluded 371 days of computing 10,000,000,000,000 decimal places of π. Roughly 44TB of disk space were needed to perform the computation, and 7.6TB of disk space was needed to store the compressed output of decimal and hexadecimal digits.
This print is based on the interactive version (http://www.4000000pi.com) and shows the first 1 million digits, with each digit represented by a color-coded pixel.
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1 Million Digits of Pi - A2 (ID 4829)
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A2 (HP Premium Satin Paper) - 16.54 in x 23.39 in
13.30 in x 13.30 in
A beautiful photographic print on HP Premium Satin paper of the first 1,000,000 digits of Pi represented by a color-coded pixel.
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