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Due to hardware defects had to work with two computers and four displays simultaniously. I myself was impressed of what a single human being can bear.

 

How to focus on four machines? Nowbody really knows, but it seems to be natural nowadays. Or am I the only one who suffers technomania?

 

See the regarding video here. It's not about display consumption, it's about social changes in times of web2.0.

 

 

  • k g h s f 8y

    my my this is impressive.
  • William Cho 8y

    Looks like you'll need to transplant another 2 sets of eyes for better efficiency. Otherwise, quite a stress to your neck. Really envy your setup. Congrats and happy working. Cheers!
  • Vishal Majithia 8y

    Indeed. Our new cancer center has four monitors arranged similarly, which our therapists use to control the medical linear accelerator for giving patients radiation therapy. Initially they thought it would be overwhelming, but now they love it.


    Seen in Loneliness pool.
  • zer(o_0)ne 8y

    i understand you very well, i'm working on 2 pc with one TFT and i'm remote on 3 to 5 other servers. often i'm wondering why this or this command won't work, till i realize that i'm on the wrong mashine.... 4 Displays would be better 4 me, cause so i could get a better overview whta is what ^^
  • donnacv 8y

    Well this image is very well done artistically and photo-journalistically as well.I have a friend who works this way while trouble shooting, it amazes me to watch her in action.
  • Philippe B. 8y

    J'Coeur dans la neige cette photo
  • Sevenof9FL 8y

    This has been around for a few years - stock traders who work for mutual funds companies do this regularly while watching multiple stock exchanges; I used to buy quad video cards for pc's back in the day when only one company made them and they were expensive as @#$#$#!
  • A-Wop-Bop-A-Loo-Bop! 8y

    Shit, you got it bad - Doctor... the screens!

    HGIMP
  • Cynthia Kirkeby 1y

    Awesome photo.. captured the best look... I've modifed the screens for our corporate page... Hope you like it.
  • Cynthia Kirkeby 1y

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