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Wednesday, 13 January 2021

Project Brooklyn, which many say is only a pipe dream, immerses users in the game with haptic feedback throughout the chair's frame and a panoramic screen +7 Project Brooklyn, which many say is only a pipe dream, immerses users in the game with haptic feedback throughout the chair's frame and a panoramic screen But what makes this design so 'incredible' is a retracting screen sowed in the back of the chair. The deployable 60-inch curved OLED display is pulled from the back and unravels in front of the gamer for a panoramic experience – and all they have to do is push a button. The carbon fiber bucket seat is equipped with plus, high-density foam cushions to support each unique body type. The deployable 60-inch curved OLED display is pulled from the back and unravels in front of the gamer for a panoramic experience – and all they have to do is push a button +7 The deployable 60-inch curved OLED display is pulled from the back and unravels in front of the gamer for a panoramic experience – and all they have to do is push a button The gaming chair features built-in haptics to immerse users in the video game, along with modular 4D armrests +7 The gaming chair features built-in haptics to immerse users in the video game, along with modular 4D armrests And the carbon body 'esnure perfect posture throughout gaming marathons.' 'Razer will continue to develop this gaming chair concept, conducting testing with top esports athletes and influencers to benchmark feasibility, comfort and performance,' shared Razer. 'The Project Brooklyn concept is intended to offer insights on how to improve user mechanics and design to deliver a more immersive gameplay experience and inspire Razer's growing portfolio of gaming chairs in the near future.'

  • Endangered White's seahorse welcomed a brood at a Sydney aquarium
  • Video shows the father convulsing as its young emerge from its pouch
  • Part of a breeding programme designed to combat declining numbers A fascinating video captures a male seahorse giving birth to some of his 100 offspring. 

    The White's seahorse welcomed its young, each the size of a grain of rice, in its tank at the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium last month. 

    The video, which shows the herd emerging from the father's pouch as he convulses in the water, has gone viral after it was shared online, with one user commenting on the 'fantastic' breeding programme. Welcome to the world! The White's seahorse welcomed its young, each the size of a grain of rice, at the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium last month. The moment was caught on camera

    Welcome to the world! The White's seahorse welcomed its young, each the size of a grain of rice, at the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium last month. The moment was caught on camera

    Another joked: 'Well done, Mr Seahorse! So glad that doesn't happen when I sneeze.' While a woman added: 'Makes childbirth look easy! Can't see what all the fuss is about.'The offspring, known collectively as a herd, were born over several days, with a few dozen arriving just before New Year's Eve.  

    It is the latest success in a breeding programme designed to counteract declining numbers of the White's seahorse, which is an endangered species. 

    Fascinating: The video, which shows the herd emerging from the father's pouch as he convulses in the water, pictured, has gone viral after it was shared online

    Fascinating: The video, which shows the herd emerging from the father's pouch as he convulses in the water, pictured, has gone viral after it was shared online

    Wild seahorses from the Sydney suburb of Clifton Gardens were moved to the aquarium where they later gave birth to hundreds of babies. 

    The baby seahorses were released in May 2020 to artificial environments known as 'seahorse hotels' that have been built at Clifton Gardens. This year marks the second year of the project.  

    Seahorse expert Mitchell Brennan told Australia's 9News: 'We took learnings from our first year of breeding and made changes to the facility, food source and their husbandry routine to develop a more streamlined and efficient program.

    'We believe this may have contributed to such a positive start to the season.'

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