This short article will help you to check your setup with an Artec Studio, running on a second display, which is often used during presentations, exhibitions, processing workflows, etc.
Also, the correct setup of a second monitor is especially crucial for the Eraser performance.
Step1: "Multiple displays" option in Windows
Let us say, you have a laptop with 2nd display connected to it. In this case, use the following setup:
- Switch "Multiple displays" option in Windows to "Extend these displays"
- Set your second (i.e. external) display as a primary one.
Note: If you're using a laptop with both NVIDIA and Intel cards, make sure, that a proper card is chosen (link to the instruction).
Step 2: Resolution and scaling parameters
After its very first start, Artec Studio matches its interface to a screen resolution. So if you're aiming to display Artec Studio interface on a second monitor, don't forget to re-size the interface accordingly.
The tips, described in this article, are frequently used for a tablets screen optimization and are totally applicable for second monitor setup.
In case you experience any issues with your Artec 3D scanner or require technical assistance with your device or Artec Studio, in the first instance please contact your local Artec dealer/distributor directly. You can also contact the Artec Support Team by clicking on "Submit a request" button on the bottom right part of the screen or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org