Category: CeBIT

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Fotokite Pro drone, tethered autonomous drone with Unlimited flight time, aerial live video

Posted by Charbax – May 19, 2017

As a spin off from Swiss ETH Zurich University, the Fotokite Pro is the drone that CNN, BBC and many other News media are already using to easily create live aerial video for example to report live when people were queuing to vote at the US election, it is the only drone approved to be used by the FCC because it is tethered. Being tethered allows it to be lighter since it doesn't fly with a battery, it can fly for an unlimited amount of time getting power through the cable, it's safe because it is tethered not needing on board GPS, on board computer vision, and more. A live low-latency uncompressed Full HD video downlink enables effective framing and live broadcast using an external HDMI or SDI port. The Fotokite Phi in the consumer version, more compact, lighter and most affordable GoPro-carrying quadcopter yet that was successfully crowdfunded for $249 each at Indiegogo.

Van Gogh comes alive by The COI Site Tokyo University of the Arts

Posted by Charbax – April 9, 2017

The COI Site Tokyo University of the Arts created uses this high quality reproduction of the Vincent Van Gogh self-portrait and they program features to superimpose using an Epson LCD projector to make it look like the painting comes alive. The effect is very impressive. Perhaps for Tokyo 2020 they should exhibit a whole range of famous Art reproductions and statues and have them all come alive, also using sensors, cameras, artificial intelligence smart conversationals systems, to have all the art pieces talk themselves about who painted the originals, stories about why it was painted like that, funny interactions where the painting can talk to you and react to you walking by. The applications seem endless as when the projector projects white it just functions as lighting on the reproduction, but then when those animations subtly superimprose it can really give the effect of movement in the painting.

Dual 13.3″ E Ink Reader Musik by Design M Plus

Posted by Charbax – April 9, 2017

Design M Plus presents their "Musik" dual 13.3" E Ink reader for musicians to use with Piano, Violin, or whatever other instruments, it might even be able to recognize gestures or the music to turn the page automatically without needing to touch.

Project Developers can contact Design M Plus here:
makoto.yamada@design-mplus.co.jp
http://design-mplus.com/en

Huawei ICT Booth Tour at CeBIT 2017

Posted by Charbax – April 9, 2017

Here's a booth tour at the Huawei Booth at CeBIT 2017 where 50 of their partners and customers are showing solutions featuring NB-IoT, cloud, Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Smart City, finance, electric-power, transportation, manufacturing and more. Huawei's tagline is that they want to be “Leading New ICT: The Road to Digital Transformation”. Some of Huawei's partners include SAP, Accenture, Infosys, Deutsche Telekom, Volkswagen, KUKA, Intel, Honeywell, GE, and ABB.

Lode Matebot and ZERO Robots and UAV Drone SDK

Posted by juliusaugustus – April 8, 2017

Lode Matebot robot is a cat shaped robot designed as a personal assistant that can speak Chinese but it can potentially also run Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. They also have a humanoir robot named ZERO. The matebot robot movements can be controlled using a smartphone. Each of eyes is an individual display. The Matebot Robot can dance and play music. Voice control can be used with any Android voice control system such as Amazon alexa and Google Voice. The robots sells for about $290-500 in China the price can be about 200€. The runs on Allwinner A33. Lode also makes a drone which can be used as an sdk for drone development.

Idealoeye 4K 360 cameras and Dual 4K VR Headset

Posted by juliusaugustus – April 8, 2017

Idealoeye makes a 360 Degree 4k Camera for creating 360 degree videos and pictures. Idealoeye 360 contend can used in a special virtual reality headset which has dual 4k screens. The Idealens K2 is an all in one VR 2.5k resolution huge VR headset with built in processor selling for 500€. They also do a huge Dual 4K VR headset.

ezTalks Onion 1080p video conferencing

Posted by juliusaugustus – April 8, 2017

ezTalks Onion is a 1080p all-in-one device with hdmi, ethernet, with a 1080p camera with 120° wide angle lens, dual microphone and a loudspeaker. It can be put on the top of any TV or PC monitor, users can quickly start or join a video conference. Selling at about $1299 retail, distributors can contact for discounted prices depending on quantity. The cameras can be remotely controlled for surveillance.

Distributors can contact ezTalks here:
sales@eztalks.com
+1 (888) 567-8889

Advertima Targetted Advertising AI for Digital Signage market

Posted by juliusaugustus – April 8, 2017

Advertima is an artificial intelligence software solution service from Switzerland for real world advertising to upgrade digital signage using Advertima Engine to detect people's age, gender, mood, motion behaviour and even fashion style. Advertima enables content to be catered to specific groups of people such as advertisements, articles, or entertainment for more relevant content. The service can also be used in train stations to change the displays for peak hours and to optimize advertising space through the digital signage market.

Dolly360: $5600 radio-controlled 360-degree dolly

Posted by juliusaugustus – April 8, 2017

Dolly360 is a robotic dolly for 360 degree cameras for creating 360 degree pictures and video content. The Dolly360 is mobile and is moved around on wheels like an rc car. There is also a model of the Dolly360 with a Gimbal for image and video stabilization. The price of the Dolly360 is $5,600.

AsReader GUN Type long range UHF RFID reader

Posted by Charbax – March 31, 2017

AsReader is an advanced RFID reader/writer or Barcode scanner for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, with Android device also supported. AsReader GUN Type is a long range UHF RFID reader and can read a tag from 10m away with 1W output power and linearly-polarized wave. AsReader GUN supports European frequency and passed CE standard as well as FCC and TELEC in Japan. It works with a smartphone by connecting to the reader with AsRing+ and start to scan tags and barcodes. AsRing+ connects an external device to a smartphone magnetically and enables the devices to transfer data and power charging. AsReader Gun Type also has the barcode scanner and supports 1D and 2D barcodes. Although the barcode is poorly printed or has some scratches, AsReader will often scan them correctly with high-sensitive 2D CMOS sensor. With laser aiming light,one can scan the target barcode at far place easily. AsReader supports major barcode types, such as UPC/EAN/JAN, GS1 DataBar, Code 39, Code 128, PDF417, GS1 Composite, Aztec Code, Data Matrix, QR code, popular postal code and OCR font, OCR-A and OCR-B. You can also watch my previous Asreader video filmed at the IDTechEx show here.