Swedish Tobii is probably the worldwide technology leader in eye tracking. All advertising companies in the world probably are using Tobii technology when doing usability testing of web design and web advertising design. Now Tobii plans to expand their reach to provide eye tracking technology to more professionals and perhaps even to consumers if they can make the Tobii eye tracking package compact and cheap enough for it to be integrated in consumer ultrabooks.
Here’s QGate’s demonstration of the Internet of Things. You buy one of those plugs and then you can control and monitor your home from your smartphone.
Including his keynote below.
Thus far I posted over 120 videos from my 2 weeks of video-blogging at the Electronics fairs in Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Guangzhou China. Check back for more http://ARMdevices.net news coming up!
There are lots of boats in Hong Kong. Here we’re on one that goes from the HKTDC Electronics Fair on Hong Kong Island to Tsim Sha Shui where there are more choices for restaurants.
Here are some examples of some of the fun things at the Shenzhen Electronics Fair.
Pega HK Limited shows their new wireless speaker system that works with MHL Android devices, iPhones and the PS Vita.
They claim their USB power adapter provides enough power to charge the iPhone and the iPad at the same time. Outputting 3.5A on one USB and 2A on the other. I wonder if it’s a mess all the different power charging of USB cables, that some USB power sources output more power than others, that some USB cables transport more power than others, and that new USB charging devices such as the new iPad having such huge batteries that take over 10 hours to fully recharge over a normal USB cable, but which may or may not charge faster when using a more powerful USB power source and USB cable.
Here are some interesting iPhone and iPad accessories show by http://www.onanoff.com including a leather case with a built-in speaker and stand.
They claim to have technology to halve the amount of power needed for fluorescent lighting.
Good news: all my 10+ video files have been recovered by a hacker expert on the 3rd floor of the Wan Chai computer market in Hong Kong (hkd$1600), he says they used a lab to open up the SD card and do some type of operation on the card, about an hour later they had all the files ready to be transfered back to my storage. Thanks to everyone who posted suggestions in this and this thread for how I could have maybe done it myself!
I’m not using 32GB class10 Patriot SDHC cards bought in Fry’s Electronics again, and I am going to look at upgrading to a newer camcorder with a function to record to 2 SDXC cards at the same time.