Holy Home Theater Systems, Batman!

Posted: Jun 8 2006, 12:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:45pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

Holy Home Theater Systems, Batman!
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When you look at this picture (see a large, high-res version here), you may think you're looking at some new Batman ride at Universal Studios, but believe it or not, it's actually a home theater system that is built in the attic of someone's home.

Apparently the owner even did comprehensive research of bat caves to make sure the environment was as authentic as possible. The entire system is composed of eight motorized recliners, a very nice-looking flat-screen TV, fake stalagtites, and even a few bats.Crazy home theater set-ups like this are just too cool for words. I'd install something like this myself except I'd be afraid that I would never leave my attic (well, that, and I'd have to sell my house to be able to afford it...which would kind of defeat the purpose).

More details on CePro. Via Gizmodo

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