Originally Posted by TheRockMonsi
Well, if you're looking for a serious answer, you'll probably have to repeat it until you just stop caring because there will always be people that think otherwise. And as a matter of fact, DiRT 2 looks so much better than a lot of other games out there in a 3 monitor setup, that I'm sort of reluctant to just believe you on this. With all the shots I've seen from Skyline, I'm sure it's a bit more than just FOV when it comes to DiRT 2, but I guess I'll have to really find out for myself. I'm gonna check some of his past shots as well as look online to see what games support 3 monitor setups really well.
It's just FOV. Dirt 2 has a very low FOV, but the floating camera is so far away that you still see loads. It looks great in eyefinity because it has a low FOV
Go play JC2 or TF2 or CSS or so. All have high FOVs which makes the image stretch at the ends.
If you take low FOV games such as morrowind, oblivion, dirt 2, BC2, they all will look loads better, because there is less stretching.
One could theoretically create a program that would "distort" the image so that there is absolutely 0 stretching. However, nobody has yet created such a program. And most likely nobody won't for the next few years, since it would take loads of horsepower to run that amount of pixels and post process every single frame.