Hello there and welcome to my profil, is there anything I can help you with? Information about Game, Anime-Series, Movies, Normal TV-Series or something else?

Report article RSS Feed Taking Xbox 720 over your living room

Posted by Kark-Jocke on Jan 10th, 2013

Taking Xbox 720 over your living room

New Microsoft technology will make your living room into a game

The technology fair CES in Las Vegas this week put a opportunity to demonstrate a technology they patented last year. The technology is called Illumiroom and projecting images around a television set, so that the image on the screen is extended in all directions.

Kinect 2?

According Pressfire.no technology was demonstrated on stage at Samsung's press conference at CES, and has been named Illumiroom. In the video below you can see how the TV image expands on walls, ceilings and floors in that images are projected in all directions. Thus, the living part of the game, and the empathy should be greater. Right now it is not confirmed what technology will be used, but it is likely that it may end up in Kinect 2 or Xbox 720, and that this will be a unique selling point for Microsoft's next console, which many believe will be launched this fall. Here you can see a video that demonstrates Illumiroom. According to Microsoft, this is recorded live, effects will be added in the editing process.

Is this the future of console gaming?
Come with your point of view in the comments
Post comment Comments
Templarfreak Jan 10 2013, 11:03pm says:

Effects like the Snow, the Flames, and other stuff like that are fine. But expanding the actual FoV will just give an unfair advantage in gaming.

+1 vote     reply to comment
Gumwars850 Jan 12 2013, 11:33pm says:

I don't seem interested in this new feature. I'll stick with my consoles i have and my pc.

+1 vote     reply to comment
Post a Comment
click to sign in

You are not logged in, your comment will be anonymous unless you join the community today (totally free - or sign in with your social account on the right) which we encourage all contributors to do.

2000 characters limit; HTML formatting and smileys are not supported - text only

Offline Since
Jan 26, 2015
Norway Norway
Member Watch
Track this member
Report Abuse
Report article