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    Sol7 or NTHUSIM

    Hi,

    what is the difference?
    Do you any plus or minus points for me?

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    Re: Sol7 or NTHUSIM

    Same company same product. NTHUSIM is primarily designed for the FlightSim Builders.

    Hope that helps.

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    Re: Sol7 or NTHUSIM

    There is another solution to, but I haven't any references on how it work. It should do the same thing, but at a cheaper price. Check out: http://fly.elise-ng.net/index.php/immersivedisplaylite

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    Re: Sol7 or NTHUSIM

    Wow that is cheap, would like to know how well it works before making any purchase

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    Re: Sol7 or NTHUSIM

    Fly Elise-ng Immersive Display Lite 2 supports all the features supported by much more expensive NTHUSIM. The most important feature which distinguishes Immersive Display Lite 2 is the support for soft edge blending for ultimate projector alignment and image overlap. Check the announcement:

    http://fly.elise-ng.net/index.php/ne...ylite2v15beta1

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    Re: Sol7 or NTHUSIM

    ....or check out what Ivar has now with Warpalizer http://www.ivarhestnes.com/ includes edge blending

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    Re: Sol7 or NTHUSIM

    Immersive Displaly Lite2 - 39 Euro
    NTHUSIM Plus Edition - $489
    Warpalizer - 540 euro

    Immersive Displaly Lite2 - From enthusiasts to enthusiast

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    Re: Sol7 or NTHUSIM

    There's a lower price on Warpalizer, though you need to check with Ivar for it.....

    You might want to add that some of those products you listed only work with Flight Sim, others will work with any game, movie, etc....

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    Re: Sol7 or NTHUSIM

    I can only second Nikola,
    Immersive display Lite 2 is a very user-friendly, cheap and fully functional software alternative, if you want to warp your sim outside visuals. I am completely satisfied with this product.

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    Re: Sol7 or NTHUSIM

    Regarding the difference between Sol7 and Nthusim, Sol7 is the commercial big brother of Nthusim and as Matt pointed out Nthusim was desgined to attract the home builder. There is of course a 4 fold price difference between the two but Sol7 brings edge blending with it. I have used Sol7 and wouldn't pay the higher price just for the edge blending. Ivar's Warpalizer is a good alternative as it adds warping, edge blending and colour correction all for a lower price. And just to clarify all these warping software will work with any OpenGL or DirectX application.


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