The Dupont Pixel GiP was a state of the art graphics device (in the early 90's). It provided fast operation, nice fonts and was based on a bitplane architecture. It supports multi channel output, with each GiP having upto four video channels. Originally based on a PC bus interface to the cardset (originally freestanding deskside box but eventually crammed into a 6u rackmount enclosure). The VME interface is one per GiP, so for an 8 monitor system two GiPs and two cards would be required.