Razer unveiled a fully immersive gaming booth concept with a 60-inch roll-up OLED display at CES 2021. The idea was named Project Brooklyn.
At the heart of Project Brooklyn is the Razer Iskur chair, with a carbon fiber body, leather seat and Razer Hypersense tactile feedback technology. The chair is equipped with a built-in table that attaches to the armrests, as well as a retractable frame on which a roll-up and transparent panoramic 60-inch OLED display is mounted.
The gaming throne features a footrest and Razer Chroma RGB lighting. The latter will be able to synchronize with many games, allowing you to immerse yourself even deeper into virtual worlds.
Unfortunately, Project Brooklyn is only a concept. The company did not create a finished prototype. However, Razer said it will continue to develop the idea, consulting with leading esports scene and opinion leaders to ultimately create a convenient, practical and effective solution.
At this point, Project Brooklyn’s mission is to demonstrate the idea of being able to fully immerse the game and create a tactile gaming environment through lighting and tactile feedback. Time will tell whether the concept will be embodied in a real product.
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