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How do you watch movies? Eye-tracking lets you know.

There Will Be Blood with gaze locations of 11 viewers from TheDIEMProject on Vimeo.

So what are we watching here? It is a scene from the movie There Will Be Blood. It is a movie I just saw for the first time last week, and it is quite cool. read more…

Redbox For Android Lets Consumers Find & Reserve Movies on the Go

While some brick and mortar rental stores are managing to hold their own they are largely being phased out by companies utilizing digital distribution like Netflix. However, Redbox is a new take on the brick and mortar rental store in that it’s nothing more than a vending machine. read more…

AAXA Technologies Lets Loose L1 v2 Pico Projector for $399

AAXA Technologies has just announced that their L1 v2 projecotr is now available for purchase. This projector features an 800 x 600 SVGA resolution, a 2,000:1 contrast ratio and 20 ANSI lumens. The company says that thanks to the laser display technology incorporated into the L1 v2, the end user never needs to focus the image even when displaying an image on curved surfaced. read more…

Hitachi Lets Loose CP-AW250NM Projector

We just told you about Casio’s most recent projector offering set for release in New Zealand and now we have a similar offering from Hitachi. This time around, the projector in question is dubbed the CP-Aw250NM and features a 1280 x 800 WXGA resolution, 2500 ANSI lumens and a 2000:1 contrast ratio. read more…

Sony Lets Loose VPL-VW90ES 3D Projector For Around $10,000

3D display technology may make for an immersive experience but many have wondered if the high price tag is actually worth it. Well, if you’re someone who hasn’t wondered that, uses $100 bills as bath tissue and bathes in gold coins you’ll be happy to hear that Sony has released the VPL-VW90ES today. read more…

LogiPlay Lets Loose LogiPlayer Pico Projector

When it comes to a home theater display there are several different options to choose from. Of course there is the traditional television which has various iterations including different resolutions and in some cases even include 3D technology but on the other hand, there are projectors. read more…

Sanyo Lets Loose LP-XU4000 XGA Projector With February 2011 Release Date, $3847 Price Tag

Television manufacturers like Sharp, Sony and Vizio have been increasing their hardware line up at a high rate. Not only are they making their offerings thinner than ever thanks to breakthroughs in LED technology but they are also incorporating things like 3D display technology for a more immersive experience. read more…

Sanyo Lets Loose PLV-800 and PLV-Z4000

Sanyo has come forth today to announce two new home theater projectors that are now available for purchase; the PLV-Z800 and PLV-Z4000. These projectors both feature 3LCD display technology, a full hD 1920 x 1080 resolution and 1200 ANSI lumens. read more…

pCubee lets you see an event from many angles

In case you thought that those 3D TVs that the big companies are trying to sell you are cool, you have not seen the pCubee yet.

This is 3D in a box form, really, as the five screens unite so that you can have a view of the scene inside from any angle that you choose. read more…

Mspot Lets You Rent Movies Anywhere You Get Phone Service

Got five bars on your cell phone?

Time to rent a movie!

In what may well be the strangest way to get rented movies I’ve seen yet, Mspot is a fairly new company that’s dealing in digital downloads of rented movies to people’s cell phones. read more…

Cineversum lets loose BlackWing One projector

On the market for a high-end, sleek looking projector? Check out Cineversum’s BlackWing One with it’s $6,500 price tag it’s got to have some cool features, right?

The BlackWing One will come pre-calibrated so that (up to) 1080p picture will look as good as possible. read more…

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