I need to display an image which will extend across four projectors, each with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. I am using MATLAB to display a saved FIG file at 5120 x 800 such that only the image contained in the axis will be projected - in other words, no part of the figure window border will be visible. |
I have searched around a good deal and have not been able to find a way to remove the bar from the figure window. Using following leaves me with everything excluded from the figure window but the bar with the MATLAB icon:
will sometimes allow me to extend the figure outside the screen such that only the axes is visible (which would work fine for my needs), however it does not work on the Windows 7 computer I am actually using to run the four projectors. I am not certain why this works on some of the Windows 7 computers I have tested it on and not others. I have tried it on a Windows 7 32 and 64 bit computer with MATLAB 2013a on both. For instance, if I run this I typically still see the bar at the top of the window with the little MATLAB icon. If I then do:
I typically get:
0 0 1.0000 0.9389
It seems as though the height parameter is being constrained to keep the figure bounds within the screen.
My goal is to switch between displaying one of two 5120 x 800 images with no visible figure window borders. I will be switching between the images using, for example, figure(h1) and figure(h2). I am open to a less straight forward work around to display and switch between my two images in a "full screen" format, but it is part of an experimental control, so whatever I use needs to be reasonably fast and reliable - i.e., minimal lag and/or jitter between when the command to switch images is sent and when the image displays on the four projectors.
Hope this is clear, and thank you for any help on this.