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alejanic says

Hello,

I am developing a digital menu for a electronic cigarette company. It is being designed similar to “Smash Burger” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4ByT5CYtDE

My question is – is there any advantage to using multiple displays at 1920×1080? Right now it’s developed as a single 1920×1080 display and will be on a 80” flat screen. As far as legibility, is there any advantage to using multiple monitors? The menu I’ve created is a lot more simple (the smash burger menu looks like it uses multiple monitors as they have a lot of empty video areas)

Hopefully you understand my question! Will the image be better viewed on multiple displays or a single display?

Thank you!

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ashcat says

a bit confusing :-p it depends on how much you need to say i think though.

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alejanic says

Thank you. I think you’re right, that multiple displays is just for aesthetics; they wanted physical seperations

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MKusic says

GOOOOOD! :)

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