[CES 2017] Project Ariana

Discussion in 'News and Announcements' started by technokat, Jan 5, 2017.

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  1. juk3sy

    juk3sy New Member

    This would be awesome, the immersion of a triple screen or surround setup, without worrying about bezels in the main area of view. Just enough to keep peripheral vision interested. I think it's a great compromise to give the best all round experience.

  2. myownxdeath

    myownxdeath New Member

    Well, i dont thing PC gamers will use this.. but its cool
  3. 27SilentChaos

    27SilentChaos Active Member

    This project looks abit similar like Microsoft's concept a few years back. Nevertheless, Project Valerie caught my eye the most ;) What happened to Project Christine? :eek:
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  4. iStinger

    iStinger Well-Known Member

    What makes this more special than simply playing from a projector? hmmm
  5. Razer.WolfPack

    Razer.WolfPack Administrator Staff Member

    A regular projector will not be able to achieve this. Project Ariana, uses intelligent scanning to beam the images beyond your screen giving you an immersive gaming experience.
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  6. DragoNate

    DragoNate Active Member

    Hey, no ruinin' da Farrout 4, sir! I no play yet :'(
  7. Gendelo

    Gendelo New Member

    I think this is a great alternative to triple monitor setups, which can be unpleasant to handle
  8. Armydrifter

    Armydrifter Active Member

    I'd love to game on this then a projector screen come down for this to watch movies on! So here is hoping for a CES award, this guy needs a new Mechanical Keyboard as my Razer Lycosa is about 8 years old now and only lights up blue!
  9. apaulsson_no_id

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  10. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member

    I think Project Christine was just abandoned or put on hold for now due to complications with the system, The lack of technology needed to make it, And the fact that it would be way to expensive for normal people to buy. Project Christine should have been made a few years after it was, When tech would be more affordable and reliable.
  11. reloader-1

    reloader-1 Well-Known Member

    That doesn't seem to be holding Razer back from having $7k laptop concepts...
  12. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member

    Yeah, But i think the price of Christine was somewhere around 12k CAD if i am roughly correct. It was a lot more then the cost of Project Valerie.
  13. d1337tion

    d1337tion Member


    I thought this deserved the caps lock.

    I hope to have this for a home theatre game room setup eventually.
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  14. BerlianFox

    BerlianFox Member

    Looks awesome. Wonder how it will do in 2017.
  15. ValitoKejika

    ValitoKejika Member

    Congrats Razer on another victory!!!!!
  16. w0ng3r

    w0ng3r Member

    I was pretty confident Project Ariana would win, I definitely want one.
  17. Armydrifter

    Armydrifter Active Member

    Below the Razer wins sign it must say Flawless Victory after this many CES wins in a row!
  18. dclpreston

    dclpreston New Member

    Woah, bringing the VR feel into a normal gaming PC, I like that. Definitely something I would throw in my future cinema room, if it even exist, cause living in HK here, not much space.
  19. Hobo189

    Hobo189 Active Member

    Would love to know how bright this will actually be and if it would help with eye strain( I am totally overreaching here for a scientific or medical reason I can use to justify buying this XD )
  20. CCJ261

    CCJ261 New Member

    This is so cool do we know when hue support will be out.
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