Each tile consist of six Raspberry Pi units with six screens. These tiles can then be arranged into a variety of structures such as cubes or this monster beast 144 Pi cluster.
More on the build can be found at the resin blog: https://resin.io/blog/tag/beast2/
SparkFun Electronics, Inc. have outdone themselves, using traditional techniques to build skin drums that pose as unique speakers on a Raspberry Pi-powered network.
Thx to @Microsoft for provided help,
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