"Razer's prototype projector beams your game over your walls and ceiling"
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Razer's prototype projector beams your game over your walls and ceiling
One of the more unusual concept pieces Razer's ever shown off a CES is project Ariana.
It's a high concept projector that's designed to not replace your main display, but actually to compliment it.
It's an ultra wide, 155 degree fish eye lens, and a pair of 3D sensing cameras.
And it uses that hardware to basically paint Some combination of in game footage of whatever game you're playing, [UNKNOWN] images like maybe weather effects and colored lights by [UNKNOWN] colored lighting system over your walls and even your ceiling in an attempt to make an all enveloping game environment for you rather than just looking At the screen itself.
Now this is just a prototype.
It's also designed to work as a standalone high definition projector which should help it feel a little more practical than just having a separate projector just for ambient lights and images around your room.
Tech's a little bit similar to a Microsoft idea from a few years ago called Allure.
That was a never released prototype we saw at CES back in 2013.
Now, of course, like all these concept pieces that raise your standards for them, this may or may not ever actually come out, but having checked it out in a live room with a gamer playing a real game, it was definitely a very cool, expansive experience that made me feel much more immersed In the game that was being played.
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