Whether you are a fan of gaming or not, but the revolution in gaming would have definitely impressed you. And there is definitely more to come.


After a long list of products revealed at CES 2017, Razer came out with Project Ariana, which looks very much similar to the IllumiRoom concept of Microsoft, but with some great and advanced improvisation. It is truly futuristic and with that, it comes really expensive to bring it to the end user, at the time.

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What Is Project Ariana?

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Project Ariana is an advanced projection mechanism, which is intended to extend the gaming experience and picture beyond the monitor for the better immersion into the games. And this brings the user experience to the next level. Seriously, projectors have never been this cool before. Ever.

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How Does It Work?

Project Ariana works by using a compact projector with an ultra-wide fisheye lens, which is responsible for the colorful and sharp detailed images. The projector also pairs with 3D depth sensing camera ti analyze the user’s environment, which basically detects the obstacles such as furniture and so on to help calibrate the output and give out the best results. Basically, the games run on this will feel larger than they really are, thanks for the fisheye lens.

MSPoweruser.com said;

A glimpse into the future of Razer Chroma is given by Project Ariana, taking the concept of RGB lighting into room projection and bringing a whole new dimension to immersive gaming through Razer Chroma, which communicates with games in real time to create both lighting and video effects. This results in solutions for gamers that range from peripherals to smart lighting and video projection, all working as one to provide a totally immersive gaming experience.

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