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August 30, 2006

Seamless LCD Monitor

at 5:40 am. Filed under Computer Hacks, Cool Gadgets

If you are running out of screen realestate a new Radius 320 is sure to solve that problem.

“The Radius 320™ incorporates three 20.1″ LCD panels into a continuous display system with a total resolution of 5.76 million pixels. With the individual panels wrapping around the user, the Radius 320™ provides an ergonomically-friendly viewing experience across a 50-inch diagonal.

Independent of operating system, the Radius320™ can be used on Windows, Macintosh and Linux operating systems. You will need to have enough video cards to support 3 DVI outputs at 1600 by 1200 resolution. No special drivers are needed beyond those provided by your video card manufacturer.”

Via: SciFi


 

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12 Responses to “Seamless LCD Monitor”

  1. Ryan Fox Says:

    I have been wanting to make something like this myself for quite a while, but LCDs are too expensive for me. They set their sights much higher than I did though, I was going to settle for 3x 1024×768 VGA.

    One thing though, that image doesn’t have seems between the screens. I’m assuming the image has been photoshopped?

  2. naoki Says:

    how much is this??? the website doesn’t say

  3. Roll Me A FAT One Says:

    This looks cool. I have thought about this myself for a long time too. Would be great for flight sims.

    I think the poor mans option would be to buy some lcd screens with broken backlights or
    backlight controllers.

    Assemble into a prame and backlight using some standard flourescent tubes.

    Just hinting at all you hacked gadgeteers out there, ha ha.

  4. Roll Me A FAT One Says:

    Sorry, I meant “frame”. LOL

  5. vollmond Says:

    I found this site a few days ago, and emailed them about prices. Here’s the response I got:

    Hello,

    Thank you for your interest in the Radius320 today.

    We are in a pre-production phase for the Radius320 now – hence the CAD images on the website. We expect to be in full production Q1-2007.

    The price is $15,995. This model is aimed at the Oil & Gas markets. We are taking orders now, so let me know if you would like to be put on the waiting list.

    Best regards,

    Charles
    ______________________________________________________________________
    Charles Samuel, Customer Service Manager
    Seamless Display Ltd.- “Multi-Screen Computing Without Gaps”
    Email: c.samuel@seamlessdisplay.com
    Web: http://www.seamlessdisplay.com

    wow..

  6. Alan Parekh Says:

    Thanks for the info Vollmond,

    Not cheap but I didn’t think it would be. I only know that I won’t even dream about getting one. 🙂

  7. Nuts Says:

    WHAT A RIPOFF! They must be aiming it at the oil and gas industry because they are the only industry that is so rich right now that they wouldn’t care about the price! That’s over $5000 per panel? So it’s $300 per panel, plus $4700 to attach it to the other panels? Ludicrous.

  8. naoki Says:

    agreed…. that is way to expensive… the monitor is clever but not REVOLUTIONARY… I am sure that someone could DIY with some experimenting…. unfortunatly that person is not me…

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  10. Elantrix Says:

    I know it’s OFN, but here it is.

    For anyone with enough money to spare, what you could possible do is remove the front & back casing, then trim the part eg far left remove the frame on the right side, middle remove both left and right…

    Put them back together and their is you go. the only difference you may have a small gap or line.

  11. Plox give me money Says:

    Someone needs to tell China knockoff manufacturers about those special lenses that make the screens seamless and we all may have a chance at getting one 🙂

  12. don dery Says:

    We would like to know the cost and where to get a 320 monitor? It is need in our financial planning group.

    Thank yo
    Don Dery
    Firm administrator

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