Bigger is better when it comes to screen sizes, don’t you think so? Matrox Graphics certainly does seem as though they agree with that particular school of thought by helping out the Auckland Museum in New Zealand through the combination of two Matrox M9188 PCI Express x16 octal-monitor graphics cards which will be able to drive digital signage content across a four-by-four (4×4), 16-monitor video wall without costing a bomb. In fact, their M9188 multi-display solution is capable of supporting up to eight high-resolution monitors, and each of these displays have the ability show off images at resolutions of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels, making it ideal to promote featured exhibitions and galleries.
The Auckland Museum so happens to be one of New Zealand’s most popular tourist attractions, and they were in fact on the lookout for a way to modernize its entrance’s static information display, and they stumbled upon this multi-monitor backdrop as the answer, delivering a total resolution of 7,680 x 4,320 for visitors to ogle at. This is not the first time that Matrox is involved in something like that, and we are quite sure that it definitely will not be the last, either. After all, they do seem to specialize in such tasks.
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