BOE is one of the largest LCD manufacturers in the world, they show the world's largest 8K display at 110", and they also show the world's smallest 4K display at 5.5" and 6.8" for Smartphones and Phablets to come out, they also show a beautiful 4K display at 10.1" and their transparent display for fridge concept. BOE also is the first to show a 10K display, shown here horizhontally and vertically, it's like an 8K display but with a bit wider aspect ratio to add 2K more pixels on the side. Is it possible yet to get a 4K display at 65" for sub-$1000? Maybe!
Sharp LCD IGZO cut into all kinds of shapes, and every pixel seems to work. They suggest an an all-round shaped Smartphone will be possible next year, in-car dashboards also with circular and curved designs, space for buttons, all using Sharp's IGZO technology, could also be round displays for Nest type of smart thermometers, on Hi-Fi systems, all runs Android, customized for all these special LCD shapes!
E Ink shows their latest displays for Smartwatches, Smartphones and more. Here are some of the solutions that they show in this video:
1. UHF Tag with Information display (Reference product from Hitachi Maxell)
2. 1.54” 200x200 EPD evaluation kit
3. 5.83” Spectra B/W/Yellow EPD evaluation kit
4. 5.83” Spectra B/W/Red EPD evaluation kit
5. 1.43” E Ink Mobius EPD
6. 1.1” E Ink Mobius round EPD
7. 4.7” EPD dual screen solution
8. 2.9” NFC eBadge solution – Battery less
9. Visionect – Joan 6” Conference Room Assistant (Reference product from Visionect)
10. 31.2” Monochrome Signage
11. 31.2” Color Signage
12. 13.3” Color Signage
Australian company Rotacaster shows their 360-degree movement and multi-directional wheel for smooth moving Robotics, for robots on wheels that can turn and follow smoothly.
I loose against the Omron pong pong robot. They are tuning and improving it, while claiming that this is to show Robots collaboration with humans, they focus on trying to see all slices and lifts and to beat real champions next. Omron also shows some of their other smart sensors, mechanics, for wearables, smart home, self-driving cars and more.
Sharp shows Robohon, a Robot Smartphone and perhaps your new friend. Put your LTE SIM card in this small humanoid robot and it walks and dances around and talks to you based on cloud language conversation learning, and you put it up to your face when you make a phone call. This is really happening.
Self-balancing on a ball by inverted pendulum, they dance synchronized, using sensors, cameras and perfect precision in the remote coordination, they demonstrate some of Murata's sensor components and innovation ability. You can watch the rest of the video to see some of Murata's sensors, energy harvesting demonstrations and more.
You stand in the middle of the Exarobot and it immitates your moves, next function is walking, running and jumping extra high.
Available on Epson's Japanese website for about $180 each, these are Epson's E Ink based Watches, with Seiko movements inside, the watches change the graphic every hour and every day, for a secret amount of time. Potentially for years you can wear this watch and see a new cartoon charachter situation every hour, fans check the watch often to see each new situation with the Moomin, with Wow designs or with Yamaga FC, Epson's home town Football team.
Using Arduino, a small Windows PC, the user wears the Oculus Rift to see from both eyes of the telepresence robot, motors, battery life is about 3 hours, you see what it sees and it moves its head as you move your head and you move it around using a gamepad. The price may be about $500 (not sure if with or without the oculus rift type remote vision head-mounted display device)