I remember seeing this a while back. It was a really neat idea. The issue in reality, you probably going to need a relatively dark room to really see the picture form the projector. But watching that video make sit seem like a really kool way to enhance your gaming experience
this cool, already view this on IGN on video
its a + for imersion and entertain !
but not a always play with .. i think it can confuse at long use or give brainhash or dizziness
wow my mind is blown!!!!! its like they took an idea from the wii u and multiplied by like a bazillion. Except the one screen mode where everything is combined looks like it would give me a combined head ace and seizure. i like the reality distortion one with gun fire making a ripple effect in reality. I look forward to further development of this
I WANT IT AND I WANT IT RIGHT NOW!!!!!
I think this is incredibly cool, useful, better interaction/immersion, and I don't see any downsides at all other than making sure you can use it in a dark room. Something like this wouldn't make me dizzy or give me seizures, it's just pretty much amplifying your screen if a 70" TV doesn't make you dizzy this probably won't.
Why? Like no. I want to it on my ass while gaming and be immersed in one screen.
this cool, already view this on IGN on video its a + for imersion and entertain ! but not a always play with .. i think it can confuse at long use or give brainhash or dizziness
Yeah, I can see it being more immersive for the gaming experience in some situations... but not in all.
I'm really bad for things like subtitles. If I'm watching a movie with subtitles, even if they are speaking English, and still using English subtitles, I will ALWAYS read them. Even if I have seen the movie 100 times, and know word for word what the characters are going to say, I still will read the subtitles.
So, if I'm playing lets say, Skyrim, and I'm in a fight with a dragon. The dragon breathes fire onto me, and now my entire wall is lit up with red and orange flame effects... That could prove very distracting for me.
As for dizziness or "Brainhash" (?), I can definitely see things like that being an issue for SOMEONE out there...That's a given. It's more a question of how those who aren't usually affected by those kinds of things will react.
I'm not going to lie, this thing looks SUPER cool, but I think it is going to need a Rev.2 before I buy in.