The Rise And Fall of Night Dive Studios, a Sleep-Watch-Waking-Sleep-Watch developer, announced its first product at CES 2016, the Night Dive TV Series.
It was billed as “the most powerful TV experience ever created” and promised a “dreamy, immersive VR experience” that was “an immersive, high-fidelity, fully-sensory experience.”
Night Dive had also promised to build a TV app that would make “everything you can imagine on TV” available to “anyone who wants to have it,” and it promised to “reimagine how people watch TV.”
That’s the kind of promise that seems to have gotten lost in the shuffle of the wake TV boom.
As you might expect, the product failed to live up to that promise.
Its lack of content and price point has drawn skepticism.
Its first launch in September 2016 was disappointing, to say the least.
The product was priced at $499, a price that was steep for a TV with a price tag that was higher than many of the other products at CES.
It also didn’t come with any sort of streaming capabilities.
The company also didn