When the Mac is connected to a high-resolution 2K monitor, for example, the DELL U2518D in my hand has a default resolution of 2560*1440, which is stuffed into a 25-inch screen. The text is actually a bit small.
But what I want should be:
If you directly use the Scale method to lower the resolution, for example, to 1080p:
In this way the text is large, but the edges will be blurred, because there is no HiDPI support like the Mac built-in screen.
So the function of enabling HiDPI as written in this article is to zoom in + clarity:
How to turn on the external display HiDPI, take macOS 10.15 …
This project was about robotic arm with multi screens, (by ManaVR ✖ INT++) made in 2017.
In the early stage, I used MaxMSP Jitter with ABB’s RobotStudio to simulate the robotic arm and the large screen.
This article only focuses on how to use MaxMSP to do the simulation of the project prototype, making full use of the very convenient TCP communication, multi-screen motion simulation and other functional modules in MaxMSP Jitter.
In short, you know, in my hands, MaxMSP is not just the MaxMSP🙃.
RobotStudio is an integrated tool for “robot” editing, debugging and simulation produced by ABB.
According to actual needs, put 4 robotic arms in the RobotStudio scene, and then arrange the corresponding actions, such as the combination of displacement and rotation. …
The key steps of the video above:
Most about three topic: