In addition to its magnificent “Project Valerie,” Razer also introduced “Project Ariana” – the world’s first video projection system that’s designed for total immersion gaming. On top of that, the award-winning gaming brand also announced that Razer Chroma, its signature lighting technology will now be available to third party partners.
Razer Chroma is the largest RGB platform for gaming in the world, with over five million devices sold to date. You’ll notice that some of the top AAA games have built-in Razer Chroma lighting including Overwatch, Call of Duty: Black Ops, and more.
Hardware partners have also dived in to support that platform, including Lenovo, NZXT, Antec, Lian Li, Wicked Lasers and Nanoleaf.
So what’s Project Ariana?
Project Ariana is a concept design to show the power and potential of the Razer Chroma. It takes the concept of RGB lighting into room projection and bringing a new dimension to immersive gaming.
It’s a high-definition video projector with a ultra-wide fish eye lens. It maps the room, then projects in-game elements according to the dimensions and characteristics of the physical environment.
3D projection mapping isn’t new, as seen on some newer projectors like Epson. But Project Ariana takes it a step further with the integration of Razer Chroma lighting.
The projector has a pair of 3D depth sensing cameras together with proprietary calibration software. The software automatically calibrates itself to detect elements in the room, like furniture and room lighting.
Official media pics
Imagine your entire room converted into an Overwatch battleground. Immersion of a different level!
There’s no price or release date of the product as yet, but Razer says it hopes it will come to market by end of the year.
Learn more about Project Ariana here.
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