5760 x 1080 Wallpapers?
Hey guys can someone recommend the site for Surround Wallpapers in 5760 x 1080?

Here is the subjects that I need:

Here are some of the subjects:

1) Space
2) fractal
3)vortex
4)planetscape
5)Green flames with prevalent black background
6)Evil daemon skull made up of green flames with green flames coming out of its' eyes.
Hey guys can someone recommend the site for Surround Wallpapers in 5760 x 1080?



Here is the subjects that I need:



Here are some of the subjects:



1) Space

2) fractal

3)vortex

4)planetscape

5)Green flames with prevalent black background

6)Evil daemon skull made up of green flames with green flames coming out of its' eyes.

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#1
Posted 07/18/2010 08:25 PM   
Google image search > Images larger than XX Megapixels > crop.

That's the best way, you're not going to find many for multi-monitor setups.
Google image search > Images larger than XX Megapixels > crop.



That's the best way, you're not going to find many for multi-monitor setups.

#2
Posted 07/18/2010 11:04 PM   
[quote name='MW2' post='1090024' date='Jul 18 2010, 03:25 PM']Hey guys can someone recommend the site for Surround Wallpapers in 5760 x 1080?

Here is the subjects that I need:

Here are some of the subjects:

1) Space
2) fractal
3)vortex
4)planetscape
5)Green flames with prevalent black background
6)Evil daemon skull made up of green flames with green flames coming out of its' eyes.[/quote]

I googled 5040x1050 wallpapers, where I found a forum where people were discussing widescreen wallpapers. I found a link to this site:
[url="http://wallpaper.panedia.com/wallpaper/46/"]http://wallpaper.panedia.com/wallpaper/46/[/url]

I'm sure you'll find what you like, there. There are about a dozen free wallpapers, but they want $25/year for the whole database.
[quote name='MW2' post='1090024' date='Jul 18 2010, 03:25 PM']Hey guys can someone recommend the site for Surround Wallpapers in 5760 x 1080?



Here is the subjects that I need:



Here are some of the subjects:



1) Space

2) fractal

3)vortex

4)planetscape

5)Green flames with prevalent black background

6)Evil daemon skull made up of green flames with green flames coming out of its' eyes.



I googled 5040x1050 wallpapers, where I found a forum where people were discussing widescreen wallpapers. I found a link to this site:

http://wallpaper.panedia.com/wallpaper/46/



I'm sure you'll find what you like, there. There are about a dozen free wallpapers, but they want $25/year for the whole database.

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#3
Posted 07/20/2010 10:58 PM   
i built a small website with a collection and some i cropped to 5760x1080 and some photoshopped to fit. some suck some turned out okay.. but at least we have a place to look. i found it slim selection for our resolution. so i decided to make some lol

[url="http://www.ultrawidescreenwallpaper.com/"]http://www.ultrawidescreenwallpaper.com/[/url]
i built a small website with a collection and some i cropped to 5760x1080 and some photoshopped to fit. some suck some turned out okay.. but at least we have a place to look. i found it slim selection for our resolution. so i decided to make some lol



http://www.ultrawidescreenwallpaper.com/

#4
Posted 08/08/2010 06:50 AM   
i built a small website with a collection and some i cropped to 5760x1080 and some photoshopped to fit. some suck some turned out okay.. but at least we have a place to look. i found it slim selection for our resolution. so i decided to make some lol

[url="http://www.ultrawidescreenwallpaper.com/"]http://www.ultrawidescreenwallpaper.com/[/url]
i built a small website with a collection and some i cropped to 5760x1080 and some photoshopped to fit. some suck some turned out okay.. but at least we have a place to look. i found it slim selection for our resolution. so i decided to make some lol



http://www.ultrawidescreenwallpaper.com/

#5
Posted 08/08/2010 06:50 AM   
Yep, doing an advanced google image search for huge megapixel pics seems the easiest. Just downscale and crop as needed. Limiting to just 5760x1080 will signifantly limit your options. NASA has a bunch of high res stuff for planetscapes. Fractals you can generate on your own with apps. I prefer scenic nature panoramas that are high pixel count though. I find a good one and crop it to the most interesting parts for surround-screen wallpaper. I tend to find really good ones when I run into someone who has a DSLR that likes to shoot and post. My setup is only 3072x768 though, so I'm easier to accomodate.
Yep, doing an advanced google image search for huge megapixel pics seems the easiest. Just downscale and crop as needed. Limiting to just 5760x1080 will signifantly limit your options. NASA has a bunch of high res stuff for planetscapes. Fractals you can generate on your own with apps. I prefer scenic nature panoramas that are high pixel count though. I find a good one and crop it to the most interesting parts for surround-screen wallpaper. I tend to find really good ones when I run into someone who has a DSLR that likes to shoot and post. My setup is only 3072x768 though, so I'm easier to accomodate.

#6
Posted 08/08/2010 06:11 PM   
Yep, doing an advanced google image search for huge megapixel pics seems the easiest. Just downscale and crop as needed. Limiting to just 5760x1080 will signifantly limit your options. NASA has a bunch of high res stuff for planetscapes. Fractals you can generate on your own with apps. I prefer scenic nature panoramas that are high pixel count though. I find a good one and crop it to the most interesting parts for surround-screen wallpaper. I tend to find really good ones when I run into someone who has a DSLR that likes to shoot and post. My setup is only 3072x768 though, so I'm easier to accomodate.
Yep, doing an advanced google image search for huge megapixel pics seems the easiest. Just downscale and crop as needed. Limiting to just 5760x1080 will signifantly limit your options. NASA has a bunch of high res stuff for planetscapes. Fractals you can generate on your own with apps. I prefer scenic nature panoramas that are high pixel count though. I find a good one and crop it to the most interesting parts for surround-screen wallpaper. I tend to find really good ones when I run into someone who has a DSLR that likes to shoot and post. My setup is only 3072x768 though, so I'm easier to accomodate.

#7
Posted 08/08/2010 06:11 PM   
There's a good selection here, not always ideal but should scale OK:
[url="http://www.triplemonitorbackgrounds.com/"]Click[/url]
There's a good selection here, not always ideal but should scale OK:

Click

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#8
Posted 08/08/2010 10:04 PM   
There's a good selection here, not always ideal but should scale OK:
[url="http://www.triplemonitorbackgrounds.com/"]Click[/url]
There's a good selection here, not always ideal but should scale OK:

Click

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Lian Li PC-A77B // Enermax Revolution 85+ 1250W // MS X-6 // SS Ikari // Logitech G27 + X230 // Win 7 x64 Pro // 3x Dell AW2310 120Hz 3D + Nvidia 3D Vision Surround

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#9
Posted 08/08/2010 10:04 PM   
Just starting up my own site

http://jimswidescreenwallpapers.blogspot.com/

Loooooooots of space so far... all 5760x1080

Edit: Now up to 450 pictures!!!!
Just starting up my own site



http://jimswidescreenwallpapers.blogspot.com/



Loooooooots of space so far... all 5760x1080



Edit: Now up to 450 pictures!!!!

#10
Posted 04/20/2011 02:38 PM   
google earth has a few surround images

this is my current
[img]http://www.minhembio.com/forum/uploads/monthly_05_2011/post-63033-1306317906.jpg[/img]
google earth has a few surround images



this is my current

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#11
Posted 05/25/2011 10:05 AM   
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