Odin is a battery-powered portable projector that runs Android KitKat, which means it can run Google Play apps. It has Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, HDMI and USB ports. It can create up to a 250″ screen and can also be used as a Bluetooth speaker.
A TV stand with a shelf and power strip at the back. It lets you hide your set top boxes and other video devices as well as their cables and cords. The wooden model in the video is just a prototype; the actual product is made of metal.
Made for home theater and video gaming, the Sony MDR-HW700DS headphones system can stream over the 5GHz band for less interference and better sound quality. It can also emulate an immersive 9.1 surround sound system.
The 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector uses laser technology to beam video at up to 4096×2160 just a few inches from your wall or screen. Its modular construction lets you separate its speakers and cabinets from the actual projector.
Craftsman and Alloy Welding turned a 52″ tool chest into a home theater cabinet. They hollowed out all but two of the drawers in front and made swing-out speaker compartments as well as a remote-controlled retractable TV mount.
Formerly exclusive to theaters, Tremor FX is now selling its sound-activated butt-shaking recliners to home users. It works with any video player or game console that has an HDMI output, and doesn’t require content to be specially encoded.
The W1500 lets you view 1080p HD content wirelessly. Simply plug in its wireless HDMI dongle to your device and watch without cables. It also has 2 HDMI ports, RCA, component video in, etc. Plus, it supports 3D content.
For the cinephile with a blockbuster budget. IMAX is taking commissions to put a 3D-capable IMAX digital theater in your mansion, along with 24/7 support. They should tie up with Prima Cinema to provide content. Video here.