Originally Posted by Brian Miller
Just curious, what statistics have you seen on this? From what I've read, 56% of U.S. households own an XBox 360, PS3 or Wii, and 72% of U.S. households play video games of some sort.
Certainly not all FPs will be used by the gamers in the house, but it seems to me that with a potential market that huge, FP gaming performance should be a very high priority.
I totally agree. I think the real question isn't how many gamers own projectors (which would be an extremely small percentage), but how many projector owners play games. I would say up to 50% of projector owners like to play games as well as watch movies, regardless of the time ratio spent between the 2.
On a side note, I believe the processor they are using may be a real hurdle for the gaming aspect. Some processors are better than others, but can be slower or laggier. A game mode usually just turns off all processing like noise reduction, motion enhancement, etc. The user can really just go into the menu and manually turn of every aspect of additional processing that might be happening, and that would be equivalent to what they are giving you in "game mode"...basically just a short cut to 'all processing off'. At that point, the hardware is where the bottleneck would be IMO.Edited by cbaseuser - 8/23/12 at 8:48am