the Pixelator

Jason Eppink. He’s an artist on a mission…to make it all look better.

PIXELATOR

I don’t exactly know why I love what he’s done here so, but one thing’s for sure – I am definitely building one of these for the 50″ plasma in my den. Strong work, Jason.

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3 Responses to the Pixelator

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi.

    I just stumbled across the pictures of your Mac Pro. I was wondering if you could enlighten me as to the details about your second LCD Screen. It seems an intriguing solution to my space vs. need a second screen problem.

  2. blakespot says:

    Sure thing. You’re referring to the smaller screen, seen here next to my 30″ Cinema Display:

    http://pix.blakespot.com/view/computers/macpro/IMG_8822.JPG.html

    The screen in question is an HP LP2065 flat-panel. It’s a 20″, 4:3 aspect display with a native resolution of 1600×1200. I’m using it rotated, giving me 1200×1600, matching the height of the 30″ Cinema’s 2560×1600 screen quite well. The HP uses a high-quality LG/Philips panel, the same type as that used in the 30″ Cinema, so the match is perfect. I had considered going with a slightly less expensive Dell, but the 4:3 Dell panels now employ a far inferior LCD panel. (The 16:9 Dells use much nicer panels.)

    I am using an ATI X1900 XT graphics card, with OS X drivers that support screen rotation. Make sure your drivers support a rotated screen before you jump, if that’s your intended use.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for that. I’ve finally had time to catch up on what I was doing before exam period started. I’ll look into it.

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