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Smokescreen_5
05-11-2008, 12:16 AM
Check it out:

June 2008 issue of Playboy features a new type of viewing experience to those who haven't already viewed movies at a drive in. The Open Air Cinema's CineBox 9x5 System ($8,000, openaircinema.us), which comes complete with projector, speakers and inflatable 9 foot by 5 foot screen, is perfect for showing movies on the road, in your backyard, on your roof. On page 73 of Playboy's issue they also made it a point to show Transformers on this screen... lovely.

Starscreamisthebest
05-14-2008, 03:05 PM
Check it out:

June 2008 issue of Playboy features a new type of viewing experience to those who haven't already viewed movies at a drive in. The Open Air Cinema's CineBox 9x5 System ($8,000, openaircinema.us), which comes complete with projector, speakers and inflatable 9 foot by 5 foot screen, is perfect for showing movies on the road, in your backyard, on your roof. On page 73 of Playboy's issue they also made it a point to show Transformers on this screen... lovely.

Can we see a picture?

Smokescreen_5
05-15-2008, 04:55 AM
Can we see a picture?

Sure thing! :) You can either go to the website that I gave, or.. here's a picture I tried to take . It's probably not the best.. but.. ehh.. here ya go anyways..


http://i40.photobucket.com/albums/e249/smokescreen_5/Transformers/MVC-011F.jpg

r-type
05-15-2008, 12:01 PM
...and they say we don't read those for the articles. :cool:

That would be cool, like a drive-in type setting. Just to change the home movie experience up a bit. Nice find, I want one.

Starscreamisthebest
05-15-2008, 03:22 PM
Sure thing! :) You can either go to the website that I gave, or.. here's a picture I tried to take . It's probably not the best.. but.. ehh.. here ya go anyways..


http://i40.photobucket.com/albums/e249/smokescreen_5/Transformers/MVC-011F.jpg

cool, thanks!:)

Smokescreen_5
05-17-2008, 05:09 PM
cool, thanks!:)

You're welcome! :)

Michael Do
05-17-2008, 06:03 PM
man, that was awesome.

Bumblebee1983
05-17-2008, 07:47 PM
Something tells me that wasn't Playboy you saw it in...*whistles*

Smokescreen_5
05-17-2008, 09:37 PM
Something tells me that wasn't Playboy you saw it in...*whistles*

Well, I gave the page number and issue. Do you want me to post a picture of the cover to it too or something? Keep whistling.. keep on whistling there deary.

Bumblebee1983
05-19-2008, 09:10 AM
Well, I gave the page number and issue. Do you want me to post a picture of the cover to it too or something? Keep whistling.. keep on whistling there deary.

Oh, I see that now. (page number and issue, etc. etc. etc.) Duh. *slaps forehead* :p

But I honestly didn't think Playboy appealed to the tech-y like guys to put an ad/story (whatever it is) in like this.

Marketing people. Playboy fails at that...unlessssss this is to merely advertise watching porn on the roof of the house, which that would probably cause all sorts of problems, so I'll leave it at that. :p

Smokescreen_5
05-19-2008, 04:03 PM
Oh, I see that now. (page number and issue, etc. etc. etc.) Duh. *slaps forehead* :p

But I honestly didn't think Playboy appealed to the tech-y like guys to put an ad/story (whatever it is) in like this.

Marketing people. Playboy fails at that...unlessssss this is to merely advertise watching porn on the roof of the house, which that would probably cause all sorts of problems, so I'll leave it at that. :p

Well, it is a guys' magazine. So its got to appeal to guys as well as try to sell to guys. Of course magazines are going to have advertisements in them just as any magazine does (Playstation Magazine advertises new games, Bridal magazines have wedding dresses, etc, etc.. ).

The article was actually pretty interesting, and titled "Fold Here". It had things such as folding cardboard speakers, a folding bike (which I'm sure we've all seen), folding sunglasses (which you may have seen before), the air tv screen, a foldable boat, a roll up keyboard, and a bed that turns into a work station (computer , books, etc)

Lots of cool things.