Jan 09, 2017 06:54 AM EST
Razer's Project Ariana Was Impressive At CES 2017, Gaming Will Never Be The Same Again With Project Ariana [VIDEO]
With the device's unmatched immersive experience, Razer's Project Ariana impressed the tech fans at CES 2017. The high-concept projector, Project Ariana, was used during the CES 2017 to showcase the Razer Chroma lighting's potential in full-room immersion.
While devices are aiming to find new ways to impress game enthusiasts with new PC gaming equipment and products, the American PC game company's Project Ariana is taking a step further with an innovative projector that stretches out the Chroma ecosystem across a person's wall. Razer's Project Ariana is a unique, impressive hardware that provides a better immersive gaming experience, according to Digital Trends.
Razer claimed that its Project Ariana is the first video projection system that can offer a total gaming immersion. The clarity of the projected image from Razer's Project Ariana is high and truly extends a gamer's field of view. As player jump, spin and fight, the Project Ariana's image is keeping a panoramic environments. When a gamer's vision is filled with the video game, the immersive gaming experience with Razer's Project Ariana is greatly improved.
Razer has chosen the fast-paced "Shadow Warrior 2" as the perfect demo for the Project Ariana. Playing the popular first-person shooter video game became a completely immersive experience with Project Ariana in combination with Philips Hue devices linked to Chroma. Wherein, Razer's Project Ariana uses two depth-sensing cameras that are proprietary design to scan the display and play area.
Nonetheless, Razer's Project Ariana has shown its potential during the global consumer technology tradeshow by having Chroma lighting with full-room immersion. The American PC game company has already announced that it would roll out the Razer Chroma open to third-party partners. This means that Razer's Project Ariana will become soon a real-deal product. It has been said that Razer's Project Ariana will be up for grabs sometime by the end of 2017, Slash Gear reported.
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