From VR and widescreen monitors to 3D sound, gaming companies are pushing towards more immersive experiences. Razer's Project Brooklyn is yet another example. This concept gaming chair has an integrated, roll-out 60" OLED display that rises up from the rear of the chair over the player's head, providing panoramic visuals. The chair itself has a carbon fiber body and leather seat back, as well as built-in tactile feedback, "4D" armrests that roll out into tables, and integrated RGB lighting. No word on whether the company will bring it — or something like it — to market.