Ha! Nice Photoshop, Texas Instruments... Beware Non-Euclidean Sharks!
In what physical dimension is this scene set? The fifth? The sixth? The ninth? Or is the implication that your new 3D projector runs on magic? Because nothing in this newly released promotional image for your latest product takes place in this
The audience seems to be reacting to something incredibly fascinating happening in the corner, because they aren't even looking
at the screen, which is parallel to their line of sight. Even if they were looking at it, it wouldn't explain the great white shark hungrily leaping out of the screen. We won't fault you for creative license: yes, it is impossible to project with just one 3D projector the side of an object hidden from the audience, but clearly you're just trying to get a point across. But couldn't you have at least made sure that your 3D projector was aimed at the screen? Also conspicuous: the mysterious lack of shadows cast by all the objects you just magic lassoed in.
You can't farm out Photoshop work to chlorine huffers, TI. I've had theophylline fever dreams with more cogent Newtonian physics than this.
TI showcases 3D projector and DLP Pico chipset at InfoComm
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