Microsoft is looking at a seamless dual-display


This newly discovered patent looks into displaying a seamless presentation across two displays. in Figure 3B below, the image light curves to create the “seamless” display.

An electronic display system comprises first and second display surfaces and a computer. Each on the first and second display surfaces is configured to receive and transmit display light from an emissive element. Each of the first and second display surfaces includes both a flat portion and an edge portion non-coplanar to the flat portion. The computer is configured to control the emissive elements of the first and second display surface so as to present a first section of a display image on the first display surface and a second section of the display image on the second display surface. In the example attached, one or more rows of the display image rendered on the flat portion of a display surface are rendered duplicative on an edge portion.