The bizarre gaming peripheral designs lend themselves to sci-fi fantasies: I̵
Brooklyn’s basic layout echoes the more ridiculous gamer cockpits we’ve seen over the past 10 years or so, such as the Imperatorworks Thronos with its over-the-head monitor bracket and drawer for a mouse and keyboard. The big difference is that Brooklyn’s giant curved OLED screen rolls up and folds back into the seat itself, in a move that could win a Tony Stark nod of approval. The 60-inch widescreen panel would completely immerse the user’s field of view.
The interesting technology doesn’t stop there. The top of the chair can be deployed from the armrest in different layouts and can be folded for getting in and out. The seat itself features haptic feedback motors (something Razer has experimented with before) and a carbon fiber body adorned with leather cushion areas. Power and connection cables come from the base, in an array to match the Raptor monitor. And, of course, it wouldn’t be a Razer product without RGB Chroma support.
Unlike the Hazel mask concept released earlier this week, Project Brooklyn doesn’t seem feasible as a consumer product at any point in the near future. While none of the various components are outright impossible, that 60-inch retractable OLED panel alone would cost a king’s ransom … which is probably why this device currently only exists as a 3D display.