Very cool but not really sure its worth the effort and the cost (assume there's an extra cost for this) to set it up.
That does appear to be running on a standard Xbox 360.
I would guess in the room scanning stage it identifies the TV and the projector then avoids projecting an image over the TV
I like the idea, but it will only work at night or in a dark room with light coloured walls.
We all use projectors daily... could be expensive to run and maintain.
Saying that, I do want one lol!!
That looks a HELL of a lot better than 3D. Although that's not difficult. 3D is ****.
I guess im repainting my walls and rearanging my room!
Umm, WANT! :-)
I wonder how they'll package this, they could either sell an adaptor and allow us to purchase a projector to suit/use one we already have or force everyone to buy a "special" projector...
a half decent projector is going to cost around £400-500, if they go the special route I can't see them using a brilliant one as they probably wouldn't sell many
as long as Microsoft allow it.
Also, the scanning part looks like it needs special hardware. Probably an upgrade to the projector.
MSR stuff while epic only comes to market every so often, the ideas though end up embedded in all sorts of stuff, long term stuff mainly. They usually work at least five to ten years in the future, from a release point of view. It's probably where apple gets all it's ideas that aren't from Intel.
£90 for a glorified webcam. [I know... It does more. shush.]
I've seen a non microsoft one for about £13. But, I wouldn't trust it to work.
Re signature, I try, I couldn't lie to everyone, it would be wrong :-)