Japan's 'first multi-monitor digital art board' powered by Matrox graphics card
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By News Desk
4 May 2011
The Matrox M9188 graphics card displayed images and videos across six 60" (152cm) pivoted screens on the DAB in Tokyo
Canada-based graphics solutions manufacturer Matrox Graphics has announced that advertising agency Dentsu selected its Matrox M9188 graphics card to drive a multi-monitor digital art board (DAB) installed in Tokyo, the first of its kind in Japan, says Matrox.
The single card supported six 60" (152cm) high-resolution folding screen monitors in portrait orientation to display images and video content at resolutions of 1,080 x 1,920 per display. In addition, it provided desktop management features via the Matrox PowerDesk software suite, including bezel management for seamless display across multiple monitors.
Content Interface Corporation (CIC) managed the installation in Tokyo's midtown area. Hao Le, president of CIC, comments: "Audiences are thoroughly impressed by the quality and clarity of the DAB. Finding a graphics card that could display high quality video across six super-high resolution displays in portrait mode was critical to the success of this project. The Matrox M9188 met all our requirements where others failed."
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