FAQ Glossary
Aero
Windows Aero, is a set of interface and design technoliges for Windows 7. An Aero-Theme makes typical Windows elements like borders, popups, etc. transparent. An active and working Windows Aero theme is requied to embed blending, image duplication and warping to the Windows desktop.
EDID
Acronym of "Extended Display Identification Data". A data structure provided by a digital display to describe its capabilities to the computer's graphics card.
Eyefinity
AMD's name for the feature to combine up to six physical displays to a single locigal screen. Available on all AMD's graphics cards.
Hooking
Describes various methods of the software VIOSO Anyblend to add projector warping, blending and overlap generation into the operating system.
Mosaic
NVIDIA's name for the feature to combine two or more displays to one seamless logical screen. Available on NVIDIA's range of professional graphics cards such as Quadro and NVS. Can be extended to combine up to 4 GPUs on a single PC.
Surround
NVIDIA's name for the feature to combine up to four physical displays to a single locigal screen. Available on NVIDIA'S range of consumer graphics cards "GeForce" and restricted to one GPU.