This idea for a next-generation gaming chair could best be described as a gaming luxury pod. There is a panoramic view of a retractable 60-inch OLED screen. The seat and arms are covered with ergonomic cushions. The chair is piped with RGB lighting. For PC-to-console simplicity, a table folds in and out. And, much like the haptic feedback in the Razer surround sound headset, the frame of a seat is optimised for gaming vibration. It’s better than any Universal journey. But, sadly, this is just a definition.
CES is a favourite of sophisticated gaming seats. At least one—usually more—workstation is created every year, and it looks like something you would find in a NASA workshop or in the bedroom of the worker who really enjoys Battlestar Galactica. But Razer demonstrated the idea known as the Project Brooklyn at the all-virtual CES 2021. While it will probably not be published in the near future, there are some fascinating predictions on how we will sit down while we play in the future.
There’s still no such thing as many aspects of Razer’s imaginative seats. For example, the monitor is a curved 60-inch screen which, when it is not in use, will retract into the chair. There are currently curved OLED displays, but in terms of commercial availability they are still few and far between.
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