Combine Easy-To-Use Matrox M-Series Feature With Blending-Enabled Projectors to Cost-Effectively Drive Seamless Content Across Two to Eight Projectors
MONTREAL — 9 February 2011 — Matrox Graphics Inc. today announced multi-projector edge overlap support with the 4.00.02 display driver for Matrox M-Series graphics cards operating under Microsoft® Windows® 7. The new Matrox PowerDesk Edge Overlap feature allows M-Series users to easily and intuitively adjust the number of overlapping pixels between blending-enabled projectors to create a seamless, unified image. With edge overlap natively supported at the GPU level and no scaling required, M-Series cards provide outstanding image quality for all standard applications—across the entire desktop—for a very effective, collaborative work environment. Matrox M-Series cards can be combined with affordable edge blending-enabled projectors to provide a unique, cost-effective solution for boardrooms, classrooms, digital signage applications, and worship and presentation environments looking to drive seamless digital content on up to eight projectors in a wide range of configurations.