Ariana Razer Project Dynamic Projection On Wall: Razer Chroma

Razer Ariana: Transforming Your Gaming Experience


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Razer has recently unveiled a revolutionary technology in the form of its new product, the Ariana projection system. This innovative system is designed to extend the display beyond the monitor and onto a surface such as a wall. Let’s delve into the workings of this technology and explore the immersive visual experiences it brings to gamers.

1. What communication protocols are available in the Ariana projector system?

2. How does Ariana extend the display beyond the monitor?

3. How does Ariana recognize shapes and adjust the projected images accordingly?

4. Can this projection system be used as a conventional 4K projector?



Razer, Ariana Razer Project Dynamic Projection On Wall: Razer Chroma, Optocrypto
Razer Dynamic Projection

Chroma Next Generation for Razer

At CES 2017, Razer showcased a plethora of innovative gadgets at their booth, and among them was the remarkable Valerie, a laptop with three screens, stealing the spotlight. However, the most intriguing prototype at the event was the Ariana projector, designed to extend the display beyond the confines of the screen.

This groundbreaking design is powered by Razer’s Chroma technology, featuring RGB backlighting. The Ariana projector is equipped with a fisheye lens, two 3D cameras for measuring the depth of the projection surface, and sensors to gauge illumination levels. It also offers two display port connectors for input and output connections to a computer.

Even Greater Immersion with Razer

The concept behind Ariana is quite ingenious, as demonstrated by the company representatives at CES. This technology captures dynamic data from the environment around the monitor and projects images that conform precisely to the room’s shape and elements, resulting in an immersive visual experience.

The primary function of Ariana is to display parts of a game’s interface that may not fit on the monitor due to resolution constraints. This projector extends the view by projecting these elements at the edges of the screen, making it appear as if the game world continues onto the entire wall. To make the most of this technology, games need to be compatible with Razer Chroma. Many popular games, such as Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, Shadow Warrior 2, and Overwatch, are already supported by Razer Chroma.

Interestingly, the Ariana projector offers two modes of operation: one for integrated operations with RBG Chroma displays, and another for normal 4K resolution projection, making it a versatile projection system.



Razer, Ariana Razer Project Dynamic Projection On Wall: Razer Chroma, Optocrypto
Razer RBG Chroma

Razer Pioneering Dynamic Projection Trends

As of now, the Ariana projection system remains a prototype. The final version of Ariana is expected to hit the market by the end of this year. In the meantime, more games are expected to become compatible with Razer Chroma technology. The success of this product will also be influenced by its pricing strategy.

It’s worth noting that this concept isn’t entirely new. Over four years ago, Microsoft attempted a similar technology with the Xbox One called IllumiRoom, which was later succeeded by RoomAlive. Ariana might also face competition in the market from leading manufacturers.

Source: Razer

Razer, Ariana Razer Project Dynamic Projection On Wall: Razer Chroma, Optocrypto

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