I have been using 5 monitors using wideview for a number of years now and have thought about using projectors also. Monitors are good, but as you are sitting quite close to them, you are always aware that they are monitors and as such, the depth clues that are needed by the eyes and brain are not utilised because the brain can see the flat surface of the monitor close up. For this reason, I use anaglyph 3D and have, at the moment, the best realistic experience of depth and distance. What the projected image allows for, is the depth and distance perception because the projected image is much further away from the eyes and the triggers in the FSX view are able to be processed by the brain and you will get a more realistic depth perception than using monitors. Mycockpit.org has a lot of information about this subject that would help you understand this. http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/cont...cenery-Display
Last edited by bernie1; 08-02-2012 at 10:37 PM.
E8400 @ 3.0GHz, DDR2 Ram 800MHz 4Gb, Vista Home Premium 64Bit, MSI 9800GT @ 512Mb, Philips 22" LCD Widescreen, Cockpit Setup X 5 using Wideview and Widetraffic.