Razer's Project Brooklyn is a gaming chair concept design that does something quite jaw-dropping - it transforms from a "gaming chair mode" into a full-fledged entertainment cockpit of sort that Razer says 'delivers breathtaking, next-gen immersion for both PC and console gaming'.
Project Brooklyn is essentially a very high-tech gaming chair built with carbon fiber and RGB lighting that can transform easily into a fully immersive gaming station complete with panoramic visuals from a 60-inch rollout OLED display - presumably using LG's rollable OLED panel. It also comes with tactile feedback built into the seat, and 4D armrests that roll out into adjustable peripheral tables.
Project Brooklyn drew its inspiration from the Razer Iskur that was introduced back in October 2020, and the concept takes leaps forward in user touch points by connecting the gaming chair to the display and its more functional components like armrests. It's a concept intended to offer insights on how to improve user mechanics and design to deliver a more immersive gameplay experience for Razer's portfolio of gaming chairs in the near future.
The adjustable platform on which the chair sits is complete with cable-routing and takes design cues from the Razer Raptor monitor. The key feature of Project Brooklyn is undoubtedly its deployable 60-inch curved OLED display that comes out of the chair's backbone at the touch of a button.