Some of you may use Curved Monitor. Is there any added advantage over flat monitor when using SWX?
I`m afraid that straight parts become curved .
So I use two flat monitors.
I envisaged similar thing. That is why I wish to know experience. But there is a problem as well because in the flat monitor you will not see curved part flat.
This is acceptable.
A flat monitor is how something would look in real life. If I have a pencil in front of me the sides are farther away than the center, just like how it would look on a flat monitor. A curved monitor the sides of the pencil would be the same distance as the center so it will look wrong on the curved monitor. Same for a curved part. A curved monitor is not how objects will look in real life, it is only good for landscapes.
Marcus Dimarco wrote:A flat monitor is how something would look in real life....
Marcus Dimarco wrote:
A flat monitor is how something would look in real life....
In real life I have 3D depth perception.
A monitor does not have depth.
Do you have your two flat monitors at 180 deg, or do you h them angled towards your viewing position?
In my view two flat monitors angled towards viewing position may have near curved monitor effect.
I suspect the curvature is far more subtle than what you are imagining.
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Are you using curved monitor?
No... but I dream of having one.
From what I've seen/experienced, at my local stores (Fry's, Best Buy and Central Computers).. they are high on my list for my next monitor. (I currently have a flat Dell 24" 1920x1200.. .it's not bad so no big reason to change... yet.)
In my experience the curvature doesn't make much difference one way or the other, but it will definitely cost you more. Even if your company is paying for it, I'd distribute that extra money to larger size or higher resolution. Just be careful of getting too high a resolution on too small a monitor. For example, I wouldn't get a 4K 27" monitor. You will likely have trouble reading text. Also, take into account the resolution of your side monitors. If the dot pitch differs greatly between center and side monitors, it makes for an annoying multi-monitor experience. At home, I ended up with a center 32" monitor (2560x1440) and 2X portrait 24" monitors (1080p). This configuration results in the same dot pitch between center and side monitors.
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