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Interclypse is experimenting with using quad-curved 34-inch ultra-wide HD monitors as their standard development environment.

Patrick Garvey
Patrick Garvey

Apr 05, 2019

Interclypse is experimenting with using quad-curved 34-inch ultra-wide HD monitors as their standard development environment. The expanded development environment allows for easier organization and immersion, allowing developers to more reliably focus on their projects. Interclypse is currently testing multiple configurations from panoramic wrap-around setups to verticle reclined positions. 

 
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