MirraViz multiview home entertainment system looks interesting

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We are at CES 2018 and expecting to check out a ton of new tech once the show floor opens. But some companies are making their announcements a little early, such as MirraViz. MirraViz is using DirectPhoton technology to allow multiple users to use the same screen for consuming different content. It’s pretty interesting and probably easier to understand if you watch their promo video. So take a look below and then continue reading afterward.

MirraViz MultiView screens enable multiple people to simultaneously view completely different content over the entire surface of one screen, without glasses. This fundamental change in the way people view and experience digital content is a game changer for many industries including Consumer Entertainment, Exhibition and Events, and Business Signage.

This product enables families and friends to simultaneously enjoy different movies, games, and other digital content on the same screen, at the same time. MultiView is more social because people will no longer have to go to separate spaces to watch their personal content on their own separate devices. MultiView is more immersive because the prices of ultra large area screens are less expensive than similarly sized televisions.

This is an interesting idea for sure, probably not for all but still interesting. MirraViz will be showcasing the technology at the Las Vegas Convention Center this week at CES 2018. If we find some time to get to their demo we will try and make it their way. Even if we don’t, this could be a company and technology to watch for in the coming year. It will be interesting to see if anything comes of it or if limitations or other technical issues get in the way of development.

What do you think of the MirraViz multiview home entertainment system? Let us know by leaving your comments down below, or on Google+Twitter, or Facebook.

Last Updated on January 9, 2018.


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