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HungryForHertz

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Yeh, I've seen that before. Imagine playing Doom3 or the like in surround vision, you'd have a massive advantage. You could fully immerse yourself in the game.
 

matttheniceguy

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I think these monitors are made by another company but I can't seem to find a link. They make even more impressive ones than this one. One series they make uses 12 LCD's in a 3*4 rectangle. You can get it using 12 17",19" or 21" lcd's. They run of quad output versions of professional videocards like the Quatro and Fire. I think there is a fair bit of special softwear to go along with that as well. They are used by day traders and people like that, who need to view a whole lot of info at once. I'll keep looking for the site, I saw it a couple months ago but can't find it again.
 

kiyoshilionz

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HungryForHertz said:
Yeh, I've seen that before. Imagine playing Doom3 or the like in surround vision, you'd have a massive advantage. You could fully immerse yourself in the game.
First of all, that would be nuts, viewing that much at one time. I think I would have a visual overload and pass out on the spot. Second of all, how would you find a desktop image with a nutty screen resolution like that! And wouldn't you lose track of where things are on the screen?
 

Sterculus

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:drool:
It would be awsome if you could get the game working with that (using the whole screen). And it would help in games if it was a wraparound view or something like that, cause we have good peripheral(sp?) vision.
 

Drec

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May 23, 2004
thats real expensive...id rather take that money n put it into a projector..play doom on like a 70'' screen...alot cheaper too.
 

matttheniceguy

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yea, I think that was the place I was thinking off. Thanks for the link.

Only $124 000 for the top model screen that isn't a wall. With a deal like that you really can't go wrong. only another 14k for a spare screen incase one of your 10 craps out.