Research on creating a large, high-resolution, low-cost display system has become increasingly important due to the growing desire in many fields for bigger and better displays. The goal of this research is to build a seamless large-scale display system by tiling multiple projectors with the help of a pan-tilt-zoom camera. In order to achieve this goal, we took two tasks into consideration: geometric calibration and photometric calibration. Compared to the previous work, our method for geometric calibration is more accurate, thanks to the much higher resolution images acquired by combining several zoom-in images and doing lens correction for the camera at first. For photometric calibration, we achieve color uniformity among projectors by utilizing the same PTZ camera, which is calibrated once with a colorimeter in a factory. Furthermore, we adopted the technique of producing a high dynamic range image from several images of different exposures to increase the measurement accuracy of the camera. In our experiments, the average error of photometric measurement achieved by our method is less than the mean perceptibility tolerance. Our method has great potential for many applications that require large and high-resolution displays.