Due to the continuous increase in the scale of numerical simulations, research on visualization has shifted to in-situ/in-transit approaches. The interactivity of large-scale visualization has also become increasingly important. In order to observe large-scale visualization data in detail, high-resolution displays, such as those with 8K or 16K resolutions, give an opportunity to inspire new discovery. With the commoditization of high-resolution displays, tiled display walls (TDWs) have facilitated their use for the collaborative research, where a large screen size is required for sharing the content among multiple sites. In this paper, we propose a remote collaboration method that utilizes a TDW driver (ChOWDER), which enables content sharing among multiple sites even with different display configurations, and a visualization application (HIVE) for dynamic content sharing of interactive visualization results.