4 screens works as one screen

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I saw in some banks like RBC they have a 4 screen that set horizontally set by each other. and the they works as one screen, so if the person walking will walk from screen one and keep going till screen 4. same if an airplane is flying it will start flying from screen one till to screen 4.

Not sure how do they. is there is a multiple screen design that works as one screen? or its depend on the device?

Please help to understand this :)
and if that is possible with Risevision, as I see RBC bank is one of you clients.

Thanks,


 
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lol...you beat me to it!
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khalid,

There is your answer =)

Please remember that Rise Player only supports extended displays on Windows OS.
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Great. thank you for sharing :)
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You need to get all those monitors connected to a player first, so there are some hardware issues too:

For some more Multi Monitor info see also: 
https://community.risevision.com/rise_vision_inc/topics/multiple-monitors-players-amd-eyefinity-or-o...

Intel NUC can handle 3 Monitors, 4 can be a bit more of a challenge but some AMD Eyefinity players support up to six in a linear or rectangular array in a compact format player.

Userful has a great option that can run in an i7 PC and distributes to multiple monitors over Zero Net clients on Gigabit Ethernet in almost any layout you can imagine.