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Meet Christian, who hails from Québec, Canada. He's a tech consultant, and his home office is another kettle of fish.

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First off, it has 10 screens. He says he uses them to work on numerous projects.

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Second, there's a fish tank in the back of the room.

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"Numerous screens allow me to see everything in real time around me," Christian says.

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Most of the screens are connected via USB 3.0 video adapters.

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Christian says he's big into home automation and can control the majority of functions (lights, heating, doors, security IP cams, pool, etc) via his PC.

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This is his PC. Specs: Intel Core i7-7700 CPU @ 3.360GHz, 24GB RAM, Windows 10 Pro.

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No, Christian doesn't think he's Zeke Hawkins from the 1993 film "Sliver" starring Billy Baldwin.

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He does have some creative wiring however.

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The aquarium is adjacent to the PC and screen -- the perfect completion to a tech room, Christian says.

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Christian currently has a small shark, a couple of eels and a piranha in the tank. 

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"I purposely only track down interesting fish," Christian says. "Surprisingly enough they complement each other.  For the most part they maintain an uneasy peace and balance across the environment.  Even the piranha."

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He didn't specify the species of this fish, but I'm guessing it's Amazonian?

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Christian admits the lighting effects don't have a real purpose. Some of his tech projects are "just plain cool to do!"

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Here's one of the surround speakers.

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Mr. Piranha says thanks for checking out Christian's Show Us Yours showcase.

If you want to see more showcases, we have plenty more to look at here.  And feel free to submit your photos for a chance to be featured on CNET.

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