TOOB brings back the curved screen
by Mark R
Who says that we are in a flatscreen age with the TOOB? The TOOB allows a user one of those domed theater experiences, but in your household.
It is powered by a projector from a home theater, and allows the user to plug anything into it, such as a video games system or DVD player. I am guessing that the user lays down in front of it and feels an immersed experience.
I’m guessing that this experience is limited to the amount of people lying down in front of it. I don’t really know if these photos do it justice for what it can really do. I mean, just imagine being right in front of that alligator.
So who needs 3D on our TVs, right? This sort of reminds me of the time I was watching the first Lord of the Rings in the theater, and the curved screen sort of made the experience more grand. I had to shift my focus to see objects in the distance, and it sort of felt like I was in Middle Earth itself.
Well, if you want this 3 foot by 6 foot TOOB, it will cost you. It costs about $1,440, and there is an 8 foot by 16 foot inflatable version. That might be good for movie parties in a public park, or something.