Edge Overlap with M-Series: Simplify Multi-Projector Edge Blending
Use simple and cost effective equipment
Without Edge Overlap, the projected image displays vertical seams along the projected image edges.
Overlapped image with no edge blending support makes the projected image brighter and appear
blurry along the crosshatched area.
Edge Overlap creates a precisely aligned, unified image across multiple edge blending projectors.
The result is a perfectly blended and seamless image.
Example 1. Three landscape projectors are positioned in a 3x1 horizontal configuration.
Example 2. M-Series quad cards including M9148 can connect up to 4 projectors in multiple configurations, including 4x1 (horizontal), 1x4 (vertical) and 2x2 (square) with projectors in landscape or portrait/pivot modes.
Example 3. Stack projectors vertically to display content, even in pivot mode.
Example 4. Use an M9188 Octal card for large projection applications, including a 4x2 configuration.
Easy and intuitive setup
If you already have a Matrox graphics card installed, setting up the Matrox PowerDesk edge overlap feature is fast and easy to do.
3. Select "Edge Overlap" and adjust each projector's horizontal and/or vertical seams by choosing the overlap pixel density.