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Holy crap! That looks amazing! Finally, we're catching up with Star Trek type technology. I think it will be extremely over priced too. Because look at the pictures, all it is is a lot of glass, two speakers, and a projector. What would jack up the price is the style factor, IMO.
 
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Just found out it has a projector behind it. The glass is the thing that's different. Because if a projector was pointed at normal glass, it would go straight through.

Damn, and I was hoping something big.
 

Cera

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Okay. I want one of these.




But the sound quality probably sucks. Most good looking things suck when it comes to quality- it's like how all the bad tasting stuff is good for health T.T
 

dbakerstl

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Dudes its just a projector screen :) look behind the screen - DUH projector, nothing special about this at all - get a piece of Plexiglass and rough it up with sand papaer till you get a whitish square, and then project an image on it BAM translucent TV
 

Hunnter

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Bumping this cause it looks super-cool!

And i remember years ago in school when i was playing around with ideas for a projector that projects onto the glass, but in a way so that the project can be right at the bottom of it and has a strangely-shaped lense to focus light onto the glass correctly.
Sadly, i gave up on it hahaha, i was too lazy to do the equations to "create" a lense that would work.
I'll let someone else make it and get loads of money off it... >_>
 
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WTF!!! WTF!!11

It's amazingly weird! yet strangley cool.
I dont get it, i hate and love it at the same time! Man this screws with your mind

blughf fjd
 

Sylar

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[QUOTE="Duffman, post: 6371782]Very nice, bet it's not cheap though![/QUOTE]

i bet it is now, this thread is 8 years old :snicker
 

John Willaford

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I remember that from my SONY days... yeah, cooooool tech.
Rear Projection 3CMOS based chip if I recall.
Experimenting with Open Air Rear Projection on a certain kind of surface, i believe the glass or plexiglass (i think glass though) was infused with something as there's no particular strike area on it.

And, as for those horns, Bose can eat that one, lol, we got your horns right there!