As an engineering project I want to build a video wall out of lots of monitors pieced together as a sort of video mosaic. Unfortunately I don't believe there is a cheap desktop graphics card which supports 16 outputs. I was hoping you guys could help me work out how to make this possible without breaking the bank???
USB20-VGA, Usb 2.0 Svga Adapter, Svga Adapter, Usb 2.0 To Svga Adapter
I could buy loads of these and build there own little housing into my project but I would need to really over do it on usb's, and the resolution is awful
Btw I found this which is rather interesting:
NVIDIA has just released a monster external graphics solution for people who have exceedingly high demands for pushing pixels. The Quadro Plex 1000 is a set of graphics processors enclosed in its own box, capable of rendering 80 billion pixels per second and powering multiple monitors with a combined resolution of up to 148 million pixels. It doesn't come cheap: prices start at $17,500, and it is intended primarily as a networked rendering solution. It requires one or two free PCIe slots (yes, you can buy two and run them in SLI mode) to connect it to your computer.