Rakesh and Kate Reddy have created a new smart LED backlighting system which is capable of being added to any HDMI TV and offers extra picture immersion when playing video games, watching movies or just TV in general.
The new system called DreamScreen incorporates a responsive TV backlighting technology that enlarges your television by softening the picture and expanding the colours from the screen into your rooms walls, making for a more immersive and enjoyable atmosphere.
Watch the video below to learn more about the DreamScreen which has taken to Kickstarter to raise the $25,000 it requires to go into production. Its developers explain a little more:
The DreamScreen technology analyzes the HDMI Video (a wide range of resolutions and formats) and matches the pixel color of what you are watching to the LED lights behind your TV. At a responsive rate of 60 frames per second, DreamScreen brings a new viewing definition in home theater.
DreamScreen Uses any TV Configuration with HDMI. All Cable setups such as Comcast, DirecTV, Time Warner Cable, Xfinity, Dish Network, Verizon FiOS, Satelite, Media players like AppleTV, ChromeCast, Amazon Fire, Roku. Slingbox, Nexus Player, Wii, DVD or Bluray Player, and gaming consoles like PlayStationadn Xbox can be used with DeramScreen. Simply plug in the DreamScreen HDMI stick, connect your lights and start the show!
The DreamScreen HDMI stick below connects to LED light sticks that are placed behind your television. Everything you need to enjoy this product comes standard and all Rewards give Backers the option of any size selection.
DreamScreen’s effect is incredible, it enlarges your television, softens the picture and makes TV, gaming and movies incredibly immersive. At a responsive rate of 60 frames per second, your favorite movie or game just went to the next level in home theater.
For more information on the new DreamScreen jump over to the Kickstarter website for detailsAnd to make a pledge from just $75 for early bird backers. If you enjoy building Raspberry Pi projects this awesome Raspberry Pi HDMI input add-on might be worth more investigation.