Used for games and 3D graphics and modelling purposes, the Cockpit V2 shows what's possible with attention to aesthetics and mood lighting.
11 days ago, Reddit user u/tomgoughh published "The Cockpit V2" to r/battlestations/, achieving a highly respectful 5.1K upvotes.
There are two mechanical keyboards on display. One is used for one for regular typing, and the other for games and 3D graphics and modelling purposes. These are an RGB backlit Vortex Pok3r (with Cherry MX Red switches) off-center, and tucked away on the right is a Durgood K320.
Productivity bliss is locked in through the Logitech MX Master. This wireless mouse designed for power users, is adored for it's horizontal scroll, programmable back, forward, and thumb buttons.
The latest version of the MX Master has fast recharging and the Logitech Flow software for switching between computers. I've linked this below.
The two side monitors are the discontinued 22" widescreen LG L225WTs; the middle monitor is an LG 34" curved gaming ultrawide rocking a 144 Hz refresh rate.
The immersive backlighting is helped by two Philips Hue light strips. It's unclear if these are 'audio aware'.
Streaming audio is captured using an unknown microphone housed on a desktop-mounted Rode microphone arm.
Windows desktop widget customization goodness comes via the Rainmeter app, and the Elegance 2 clock skin. The realtime audio visualizer for Rainmeter is listed as the Monstercat visualizer.
This gorgeous, pink and blue accented set up, cost in the region of £2200 to put together.