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Cheap home "video Wall" solution?

Hi folks, brand new to this forum so I apologize if posting in the wrong place.

I am trying to find a hardware or software solution to this problem.

My workstation at home has a lovely 6 monitor setup, 24" screens in a 2x3 grid. It uses 2 video cards with a Matrox TripleHead2go to achieve this. Wonderful system for the work that I do - not terribly conducive to gaming.

So my gaming PC is limited to just 1 monitor(using a KVM on the bottom-center screen.

What I would like to do is take the signal from the 1 gaming PC and blow it up across all six screens. I don't need any more resolution, just to have the game play on that massive, immersive wall.

I've priced out stand-alone video wall processors that would do the job, but not at an acceptable price-point.As far as software, I can't seem to find anything that could, say, turn my workstation into a video wall processor.

I do happen to have an HDMI-In capture device already. What's a solution to my bizarre problem?

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US example with a price not sure if they are available for less, do your own searching.

The HD resolution per display is not yet an issue in Digital Signage.
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