You can use Lumo Play with multiple projectors, as long as you don't extend your display area past the area that your chosen sensor can cover. Lumo Play does not do edge blending for projectors, there are many third-party providers out there like Matrox.
If you are using the Orbbec Astra sensor the maximum area that you can cover is around 17 ft x 15 ft (5 m x 4.5 m) with the sensor mounted 19.5 ft (6 m) above the projection surface.
If you are using the Kinect for Xbox one sensor the maximum area that you can cover is around 19 ft x 16 ft (5.8 m x 4.8 m) with the sensor mounted 15 ft (4.5 m) above the projection surface.
Web Cameras are more flexible, but may not track as well at a distance.
You will need to use a graphics card that supports multiple displays from one computer, such as the Matrox Dual Head to Go or Triple Head to Go.
You may also need to contact us to request effects or games at a custom resolution.
Lumo Play software does not support multiple sensors, but we have developed custom software seaming solutions for clients like Google. Contact us if this is something you wish to explore.