Hey thats pretty awesome. I think it is a much better solution than hanging one from the ceiling.
Imagine the price on that monster.
The projector is also bigger than you (or at least the pictured lady). I suppose it could double as a table, and that eventually they'll have this in a much smaller version. That is pretty damn impressive. I just got my 24" HD LCD monitor today, and this has only slightly diminished my excitement. That thing has a hell of a nice picture for beiing that big. Oh, what our future will be like.
That thing is pretty friggin large! I'm wondering if you can put things on it... like A/V Components... center channel speaker, etc. without blocking the image? Cuz that would add to the sweetness.
*edit* The picture quality is pretty good too. It doesn't look washed out like most projectors. It would be a pain getting that thing perfectly parrallel with the wall and level, etc. to get the picture right lol Hopefully it does all of that automatically by itself.
Very cool/ innovative design... The quality of the picture looks very good as well
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pretty neat idea especially for those with limited ceiling heights. Not to mention you would place it in unused space in a theater room anyway. It kinda is an eye sore though
Hanging from ceiling... monster... coffin-like box...
Good lord, it's powered by vampires.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
just wonderring how noisy this things will be
imagin how many fans inside?????
Yeah probably somewhat loud but the thing is how would you get it to stay on your ceiling?
Duck tape anyone? :D
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