Not content with green glowing laptop keyboards, mice, headsets and capture cards, Razer has announced they'll be making your room glow soon enough as well.
It's called Project Ariana, and it's basically a concept design for a projector that broadcasts effects and lighting from a game while you play. As the action unfolds on your screen, Project Ariana extends the gameplay - sort of - into the rest of the room through the same Chroma software behind Razer's peripherals.
The projector unit itself sports an ultra-wide fisheye lens, and features a pair of 3D cameras to help scan and calibrate the image to your living room. It's being displayed at Razer's CES booth this year, and the company also announced the technology was being co-opted by other manufacturers including Lenovo, Antec, Lian Li, NZXT, and more.
It seems the kind of thing best done in a darkened room, which is exactly how my parents told me not to game when growing up. Still, it's intriguing that something that started out as RGB lighting for a mouse and keyboard can be branched out into this.