On a less serious note ♫
I have two, 4 feet by 8 feet cork pegboards beside & in front of my computer desk.
I printed the fan charts for both my parents. They are color coded. The charts only show 6 generations. I then printed the next fullest 7th generation person and printed their charts and pined their chart above the first, then repeated for the 2nd, 3rd, 4th - 12th chart.
I used an 8 feet long 1'' x 2'' board and drew a line (all starting in the first chart) using 12 different color pens/markers to the center of each connected chart. Almost like using different colored string & pins.
It is labor intensive to set up, but it makes for a great visual reference tool. Helps a lot when you have two ancestry.com, two wikitree.com, one findagrave.com & one wikipedia window/s open on the monitor at the same time.
After the initial set up described above is completed, I then make mini flip pages that fold & unfold with all of each persons children & multiple spouses.
When completed, it is visually stunning & warrants making photo images to share with your close family.
Even after doing all this, I still do not have enough room to put my 20th Grandfather Henricus Edmundiston https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Edmundiston-2 into this system, not to mention my 35th Gr Gf Charlemagne Carolingian https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Carolingian-77 .
I am open to and welcome suggestions / ideas on how to incorporate these longer branches upon the cork-boards. JPV IV :)