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  • Dual Projectors?

    I have a 16x10 impact screen with 10' deep sides. I was wondering if anyone has set up one projector for the impact screen and a second projector that would project the launch monitor (Uneekor) information onto one of the sides if there was a projection screen hanging there. I don't have any really good way to have a TV or a monitor mounted that is easy to view without having it inside the simulator and possibly subject to damage. I have read that two projection beams crossing each other should not cause any problems. Really curious if this has been done. TIA!

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    As long as your video card supports the outputs shouldn't be a problem. I have a 4K 55" and HD 65" monitor and a projector setup in my sims room.

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    • #3
      Like BGCurtis said - this shouldn't be a problem as long as the video card supports it, like him I currently run a projector and a TV monitor.

      Id like to add on to your question though if you don't mind as this made me think of something. I am restricted to a 10x9 screen due to room limitations. In result I us a 16x9 image and 1/4 of my screen in blank at the bottom. I have another projector, I am wondering if I could use 2 projectors and custom configure the SIM software window to use both projectors (screens) in efforts to fill the entire impact screen?

      Anyone tried this?

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      • BGCurtis2nd
        BGCurtis2nd commented
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        Not saying it couldn't be done but it would be very difficult,due to washout from over lap and alignment, if you set the Aspect ratio to 4:3 you would have a projection of 120" W X 90" H
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