How do you do....it? Thread, Video wall in Technical; We are going to have a few monitors going spare after the Summer hols, and one little project being discussed ...
2nd July 2010, 03:26 PM #1
We are going to have a few monitors going spare after the Summer hols, and one little project being discussed is to create a video wall.
If we had 9 screens (a 3 x 3 'grid') we'd have to have 9 computers, 1 for each screen, or is their gadgetry out there that could do this for us?
I know nothing about this sort of thing, so some clue would be good.
2nd July 2010, 03:56 PM #2
No you don't need 9 computers, in fact I think that would make it really hard to do. Is it something like this :Wall Solutions you are looking for? If so, then a specialist graphics card in a reasonably powerful machine will do the job nicely.
Thanks to Tricky_Dicky from:
2nd July 2010, 04:08 PM #3
StarTech.com 16 Port High Resolution VGA Video Splitter aorund £130
2nd July 2010, 04:10 PM #4
But isn't that just going to split one signal to 16 screens and treat them as 16 individual screens?
Originally Posted by djm968
2nd July 2010, 04:29 PM #5
How about adding a couple of ATI FireMV 2400 cards
Thanks to SYSMAN_MK from:
2nd July 2010, 04:42 PM #6
A couple of ATI eyefinity cards in a single machine would give you up to 12 screen outputs and plenty of graphics power, you could easily play most modern games across the whole screen array.
ATI Eyefinity Technology
Wetware » ATI Radeon HD 5800 Eyefinity with 24 Monitors
AMD Eyefinity Multi-Display Technology In Action - HotHardware
For visualisations of data this would be very impressive.
Here are some more methods of implementation:
15 Dazzling Multi Monitor Setups You Wish You Were Viewing This With [Pics] » The Hottest Gadgets
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