Razer Project Ariana hands-on at CES 2017: gaming room lighting gets wacky

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Razer’s Project Ariana was used this week at CES 2017 to show the potential of Razer Chroma lighting in full-room immersion. The company announced earlier today that they’d be making Razer Chroma open to 3rd-party partners, meaning more companies could bring millions of colors of light to their devices. Project Ariana is a device that lights up a whole room – and it’s not just a concept for Chroma Lighting. This is a real-deal product that Razer says will be a production device – available for purchase – by the end of the year 2017.

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Razer suggests that Project Ariana is the “world’s first video projection system designed for total immersion gaming.” While Razer calls this project a “concept design”, they’ve confirmed with SlashGear that they do, indeed, have a final product coming for consumers. What we’ve seen this week is an early iteration brought to CES 2017 to “get feedback from the community and make sure that, with the features it has, it’ll be the best product out there.”

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