Yo dawg, I heard you like falcons, so I got you this falcon so you can use your falcons while you use your falcons!
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yeah, except that the universe tends to go to a steady state (the opposite of inflation)
The quality of online education could improve even more when virtual reality labs can be used at low cost. Even then, actually working with lab equipment (bio/medical or engineering) adds greatly to the curriculum. Some of these things are just way to expensive for the average person to purchase.
it's not meant for the average consumer. But there are big corporations/firms/universities who would love to have this card.
It could, but only within the organization since I can setup email printing to only accept from certain email servers within a range of IP addresses. Within an organization it's easy to find out when someone is abusing something, and when that does happen there are consequences for that person within that organization. I'd have to blame the admin for leaving this wide open to the whole world.
I agree, we've got a canon imagerunner that can do this.
xplane on 24 monitors on ubuntu out of one box, but I think this was using 4 of the 6 output eyefinity cards:
Assuming that the 6 output cards use 2 card slot spaces each, then you'd have 8 used. It looks like this HD5970 uses 3 slots so you could still only get two of these cards into that same system. If you could get one more rear slot to be available you might be able to fit 3 of these cards into one machine and you'd get a 36 monitor output (each monitor at 1920x1200). You could have a 9 (*1920) wide by 4 monitors high (* 1200), which is about 79.1 megapixels . Or you could do a 6 x 6 .
allow me to answer my own question:
anyone know if the ati linux drivers work for this?
approx 10000 miles