With Eyefinity from AMD taking hold in the consumer market you know the pros are running some really impressive stuff. This is pretty tame for these guys, but I think we all would love to have something like this attached to our gaming system.
For the last couple of weeks I've been thinking about building a system like this based on 40 or 42 inch displays. With monitor technology quickly coming down in price and pre-Super Bowl sales coming up, it's a good time to start thinking about your own fantasy build.
That system was pretty tame too, but for the most part, professional simulation systems use projectors and several of them.
When it comes to projector technology Sony leads the way with innovative 4K technology. Sony had a next generation 3D 4K projector on display that put up a stunning image.
One awesome display can never be enough though when you are spending federal government money. This company's simulation software was displayed on six projectors.
This projector based system looks harmless enough. It was even showing Modern Warfare, but don't let the size deceive you - the price tag for this micro system was right around $25,000.
If that display isn't big enough for you here is the super-sized version playing Forza. It really doesn't even seem fair; I'll be looking for government grant money in 2012.
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