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Hadn't seen or heard of this before for projectors.

http://www.engadget.com/2012/06/25/mit-media-lab-system-projects-video-to-peripheral-vision/#continued

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Looks an awful lot like Philips' Ambilight Spectra, except they're actually projecting it into your periphery rather than having an array of RGB LEDs around the edge of the TV light up an area around the TV on your wall.

Personally, I have always found this sort of thing to be completely distracting, and that it completely breaks immersion. I don't want all the side walls and my ceiling being lit up when watching something—I actively try to avoid it.
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