this beats any projector

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luke12
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this beats any projector

Post by luke12 »

Hi all, Now this is what I call a display =)

http://www.engadget.com/2006/02/27/new- ... ys-as-one/

happy flying.
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Post by warvet »

Tomlin,
If you take the second vertical bar from the right out and put the 3 vertical bar in the centre you have my exact setup WOOHOO nice job. Also angle the side monitors slightly more to be side windows.

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Yeah, I thought that was similar to what you were doing Tim. How well does it work?
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Post by warvet »

It is really really good, still setting it all up t specs building around it ect, but damn it is very nice. My wife loves it ...thank god. Just waiting on the Fresnels to arrive.

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Fresnals? Crap. I think you might be thinking what I was wondering about the other night. I think that the Issue Eye solutions box might be a way to go for neat forward (or 180 degree) visuals, but I havent seen any large, affordable fresnals for an LCD screen big enough for the 737 windows. Maybe someone can shed some light? Im wondering how several 21" CRTs or LCDs placed in a box w/Fresnel lenses in front would look.
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BUMP for Tim to answer...
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