For the configuration, a Large Format (LF) super high-resolution main screen was fixed at eye level. This provided optimum viewing of the detail in CAD, as this was where most of the work happened.
Smaller screens were placed on either side as team players to support the main show and allow e.g. web browsing and e-Mails, to happen in parallel. As these needed no special requirements they could be smaller typical office screens.
A fourth screen was positioned back-to-back with the main screen for the “ghost” screen. This could be switched on at the touch of a button to mimic any required output to his customer. The computer needed to have sufficient power to be able to run all the screens and programs efficiently.
The total solution was required to hold multiple screens (one of which was a 30″ screen and particularly large and heavy), and to marry differing resolutions & screen sizes. This included intelligent functionality such as when the mouse graphic moves across the different screens seamlessly.
The finished set up allows for maximum workflow with ease. Plus the system has the flexibility to cope with future potential upgrades. The overall attention to detail and high build quality reflects the company’s technology focus and its core values, which are implicitly being re-enforced.