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    Dimentjion of 3 projectors to FOV

    Hello i wondering the dimentijon for the screen in 225deg visual look?

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    Re: Dimentjion of 3 projectors to FOV

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    Re: Dimentjion of 3 projectors to FOV

    It can be as big or as small as you want it to be. To answer the question, we need more information.

    How far will you be sitting from the screen?

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    Re: Dimentjion of 3 projectors to FOV

    Well its to my homecockpit and i think the room is 3x3m

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    Re: Dimentjion of 3 projectors to FOV

    I would use the largest diameter you can (assuming a curved screen). I guess, for you, it's 3m! I would say that's probably slightly larger than a lot of people have to use, and it's when you're tight for space that things become difficult.