[PD] soft-edging with multiple projectors/GEM

news at petervenus.de news at petervenus.de
Thu Oct 21 00:34:07 CEST 2010

Well, the softedge/overlap is quite useful in installations, since projectors sometimes have the bad habit of moving slightly, even when installed as proper as possible. If i do it Hard edged, meaning that the borders of the single images are exactly edge to edge this would lead to a gap between the pictures.the triplehead is just the solution to make a really wide image with 3beamers, but doesn´t give me a solution for that particular problem, at least as far as i know.
regards, peter

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Von: "Pagano, Patrick" 
Gesendet: 21.10.2010 00:21:20
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Betreff: RE: [PD] soft-edging with multiple projectors/GEM

Why do you need overlap if you are going to use a triplehead2Go?

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Subject: [PD] soft-edging with multiple projectors/GEM

Hello List!

I have a question regarding the work with multiple projectors:
I am looking for solution within Pd/Gem to process the output in the GEMwindow
in a way, that i can work with a TripleHead2Go fullscreen and
to be able to set up the 3 Projectors with an overlap.

I know that there are some Hardware solutions, but far away of being affordable.


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