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December 6, 2010

DIY Big Screen needed for the Kinect

at 4:18 pm. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks, Game Hacks

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With games needing more and more movement room you are forced to stand further away from the TV screen. This is most evident with the new XBox Kinect. Alex Uslontsev had this problem when he got a Kinect but his 37 inch screen wasn’t up to the task of making game play immersive. His solution was to build a cool 110 inch big screen on a budget.

“I got myself an XBox Kinect on a launch date. This was an awesome birthday gift, but it had a major shortcoming. In order to play it you need to stand 10+ feet away from the sensor. All of the sudden my 37’’ LCD TV looked tiny.”






 

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5 Responses to “DIY Big Screen needed for the Kinect”

  1. Punkguyta Says:

    Who the hell makes a 37″ television? 32″ maybe, 40″ maybe. How did he come up with 37 inches? Does it actually say on the back of the lcd “37 inches”???

  2. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi Punkguyta,

    Good observation, you should tell that to people who sell TVs so they can correct their ads. 🙂
    http://www.shopping.com/37-inch-tv/products

  3. Mike Says:

    “On a budget” in this case is $1780. Sure, it’s more “budget” than an actual 100″ LCD television, but the link text seems a bit misleading.

    Something to keep in mind.

  4. Mike Says:

    I was ok with the multi-tiered ads on every single edge of the site, but watching my comment get automagically turned into spam by Kontera ads is where I draw the line. Best of luck, Alan.

  5. Sariel Says:

    on a budget? i don’t call $2000 a budget, he didn’t make anything but the screen. if he made the projector and the screen for under $500 i’d be really impressed.

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