Picture-in-picture was once state-of-the-art, but we are way beyond that now.
Dig this from the Sept./Oct. 1987 issue of Electronic House: Double Play allows users to scan channels on the smaller screen without interrupting views on the bigger screen. VCR is required.
Now you can forget that old picture-in-picture stuff. Today you have picture next to picture next to picture. Here’s a killer system installed by EDG in Piscataway, N.J., with 18 screens on three TVs, thanks to an Extron matrix switcher and an RGB Spectrum picture-in-picture processor that multiplexes them and allows six outputs to each of the TVs. And by the way, it won our 2010 Home of the Year contest (Read about it here).
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