EnLaps is a perpetual time lapse recording device that features a solar panel built into it for unlimited recording. With streaming capabilities and a web portal for control, EnLaps uses two fish-eyed camera sensors and stiches the video together for 25MP pictures. It can be controlled via Bluetooth, WiFi or 3G, and the retail version is expected to cost EUR600. The KickStarter edition cost EUR400. It uses an ARM processor to record video. The housing is meant for outdoor use, being made waterproof and durable.
For more information visit : enlaps.io/?lang=en
Lenovo ThinkPad WiGig dock is meant to connect wirelessly to laptops to provide added functionality, such as increased USB ports and a DisplayPort. The dock uses the 60GHz WiGig protocol for a data rate of 4.6Gbps and is backward-compatible with 802.11 (WiFi). It costs US$250 and is currently on sale.
Chad Kresser of Lenovo demonstrates the ThinkPad Stack concept, a device that is modular by design to allow for accessories to be stacked on to it. This display unit features stacked units for functions such as additional power (battery pack), storage capacity (1TB HDD), and sound (Bluetooth speakers). The stackable projector features 150lumen brightness, 720p video resolution, and uses a RealTek ARM CPU, and 16GB of onboard storage. The inbuilt battery lasts 2 hours, going up to 8 with the power bank. Prices for the WiFi access point and HDD (sold as a kit) is US$200, the power bank is US$50, the Bluetooth speaker is US$90.
Panacast 2 is a panoramic video camera meant to be used primarily for video conferencing. It outputs half-width 4K resolution (3840x1080) over a 180 (horizontal) and 54 (vertical) field of view over USB. It supports all the major video conferencing software that support USB cameras: Skype, WebEx, Google Hangouts, Vidyo etc. Needing no additional drivers to run, it features 3 cameras at different angles whose output is stitched together. Including the ISP, USB controller and camera sensors, the unit features 9 processors working in sync. Panacast 2 costs US$995 and is now available.
Ween is a south France-based company that has on display their smart thermostat. It connects to up to 16 smartphones (house residents) that are then tracked over a period of time, with temperature maintained at a preset level. Since the thermostat knows how long it takes to reach a certain temperature, it switches on appliances at home accordingly. Ween also features inbuilt machine learning capabilities to anticipate and respond to unplanned absences of the members. It goes on sale for US$350 along with a gateway device paired via RF.
The Quell is a device from Boston, Massachusetts-based Neuromatrix that claims to have brought relief for chronic pain to 81% of their users. The device involves the main unit bing put into a belt that has space for electrical contacts. These are used with a gel-based pad on the other side and wrapped around one's leg to deliver mild electrical pulses that trigger release of natural pain blockers from the brain. It costs US$249 and is currently on sale only in Canada and the US. The device also includes an optional app for advanced sleep tracking functions.
For more information visit : www.neurometrix.com
Heiki Raisanen, CEO of Emfit, displays their QS sleep tracker device meant to be placed under mattresses (tested up to 30cm thick). Using quasi-peizoelectric and ferroelectric sensors in the belt, it detects/displays heart rate, breathing rate, and sleep quality amongst other factors on the accompanying app. It is available now in US and Europe for US$299.
For more information visit : www.emfit.com
Duratouch Wristsense allows wearables to detect if the wearable is being worn or not. Going through the plastics, it allows to reliably know if the smartwatch or the sports band is being worn, which can then allow the device's software to turn off other sensors such as heartrate, tracking, when it's not being worn by the user.
Sunchip shows their Box with Remix OS on Amlogic S905 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53, with 1GB RAM, 2GB RAM optional, 8GB Flash, comes with 3*USB, SD card reader, WiFi, Lan, HDMI. Support 4K H.265 decoding, bulk price from $35 for 1000pcs order, mass production ready now.
You can contact Sunchip here:
Kobe Chen, Sales Manager
Mobile: +86 13751103656
Phone: +86 755 26733959
ViXS Systems shows their Vidity enabled ViXS Xcode 6800 series ARM Cortex-A9 dual-core processor, with 4K 12bit HDR video with VIDITY DRM support. John Pomeroy, VP of Marketing and Business Development discusses the hardware that features 12-bit 4K support and contains their own Xcode hardware platform, HEVC 12 bit 4K 60P decoder, AVC, MPEG2 HD decoding, HDR Tone Mapping engine – Guarantees support for legacy TV’s and HDR TV’s from a single stream (no simulcast needed), HDMI 2.0a, Industry leading security architecture and Hardware Root of Trust, - The only SoC available today to support the full requirements of SCSA Level 3 security, PCIe, Gigabit Ethernet, USB2.0, TS input.
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