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    Default Setup of angled Elements.

    I am currently trying to get my head around how to set up pixel matrices on bay windows. The problem I am having is incorporating the standard flat front display with two angled sides. I can set this up a few ways with making it 3 matrices and previewing as such, but that does not work for viewing angles dependent on what effect I use. I also have a P10 display that will wrap around a round garden bed. Has anyone done anything similar that can shed some light on how it turned out?

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    Default Re: Setup of angled Elements.

    I gave up on this topic and created a single flat matrix that stood in front of the bay window and covered the bay window completely. No viewing angle issues.

    As for a round garden, this is no different than a 360 degree pixel tree without the angled sides (pixel tube?).


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    Default Re: Setup of angled Elements.

    Quote Originally Posted by MartinMueller2003 View Post
    As for a round garden, this is no different than a 360 degree pixel tree without the angled sides (pixel tube?).
    That is a smart idea mate, it never even crossed my mind. I will give it a crack. Thankyou

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