Category: CES

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Marseille mClassic Retro Console Upscaling HDMI Adapter, enhance resolution, contextual sharpening

Posted by Charbax – January 23, 2020

Marseille founder and CEO Amine Chabane shows and explains the Marseille mClassic which he claims Makes Every Video Game & Stream Better upscaling Retro Game Console's Graphics, Pixels and Gameplay. Successfully crowdfunded at over $800 thousand by over 800 backers at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/mclassic-the-first-plug-play-graphics-processor#/ They claim to be able to enhance the quality onto 4K TVs when gaming using Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Xbox One, even upscaling the experience with retro consoles like the Nintendo Gamecube using the HDMI converter, it can do things such as Contextual sharpening & intelligent image focus, Image Sharpening using a balance of naturalness & sharpness, No Latency with a Lag time less than 1ms with all the processing above. Also made by chief designer OG Arabian Prince, Founding member of N.W.A., Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Rap Group.

Hachi Infinite at CES 2020 Smart Table DLP Projector, smart delivery robot, smart home and more

Posted by Charbax – January 23, 2020

Hachi, developed by Beijing Puppy Robotics Co., Ltd, the creator of cutting-edge robotics solutions that enable consumers and communities to build AI-enhanced smart living ecosystems, is proud to announce its exhibition at CES 2020 Las Vegas. In its second year at CES, Hachi expands its presence by debuting its refreshed corporate image and key products, showcasing its vision on smarter living in homes and residential communities.
Hachi Infinite, the first-ever touchscreen projector and smart visual assistant that provides children and adults with intuitive user interactions and immersive experiences in learning, cooking, fitness and other settings Hachi is exhibiting its robotics and smart home technology designed to make life smarter, easier and more convenient for its customers. This includes Hachi Infinite, the first-ever touchscreen projector and smart visual assistant that provides children and adults with intuitive user interactions and immersive experiences in learning, cooking, fitness and other settings. Named a CES® 2020 Innovation Awards Honoree, the new and highly anticipated smart touchscreen projector is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 processor and features voice control and deep learning technology.
The line also includes Hachi Delight, an intelligent logistics robot that navigates both indoors and outdoors offering an ideal logistics solution for corporate campuses and residential communities, and Hachi Homey, an all-in-one software and hardware solution implementing computer vision and facial recognition technology to provide rich services including access control along with security monitoring and management. Also being showcased is Hachi Bingo, a companion robot connecting elderly people with their children which also doubles as a smart health management system.
Hachi's vision is to provide software, hardware and technology integration solutions to enable smart living experiences for communities, including security monitoring, intelligent logistics robotics and unmanned commuter vehicles driven by AIoT technology. Hachi brands its products and solutions as "The Spaces," an ecosystem offering comprehensive coverage for consumers' needs in communities: from the entrance, to every gate and door to the areas within them.
"We're pleased to introduce our latest device and showcase our comprehensive smart living ecosystem to international audiences at CES," said Hua Zeng, CEO of Beijing Puppy Robotics Co., Ltd, with the brand of Hachi. "Our intuitive technology integrations connect consumer journeys and streamline living experiences, serving more than 100,000 homeowners in over 150 residential communities and live-work developments to date, with future plans for international growth."

Vuzix M4000 wave guide Smart Glass for enterprise, Vuzix Labs Smart Swim with partners and more

Posted by Charbax – January 19, 2020

Vuzix M4000 is the company’s new flagship product in its corporate M series uses Qualcomm’s 2.52Ghz Octa-core Snapdragon XR1, the same processor used in its direct predecessor the M400 and in the Google Glass 2, 6GB LPDDR4 System RAM, 64GB internal flash memory. They use their self-developed fully transparent waveguide display which has a larger field-of-view to bring vast advantages in work areas such as remote maintenance.

RISC-V SiFive U84 High-performance, AI, Roadmap, Power Consumption, Architecture and more

Posted by Charbax – January 19, 2020

SiFive is the leading provider of commercial RISC-V chips at CES Unveiled and Pepcom, SiFive enables high-quality IP and SoC design with comprehensive tools and support. Engineers at leading semiconductor companies worldwide have declared silicon independence and unleash product roadmaps by designing custom cores and SoCs that maximize the potential of domain-specific designs needed for 5G, AI, and mission-critical markets. With RISC-V, a free, open-source alternative to proprietary, legacy ISAs, these emerging markets now have low-power, high-performance designs for products to power continued market growth.

Next Generation Resistive Touch: Sensel Morph at CES 2020 Force Touch in Laptop Mousepads and more

Posted by Charbax – January 18, 2020

THE MORPH
Unmatched pressure sensitivity
Per-note pressure, pitch bend, and timbre (MPE)
Bluetooth or USB connection
Make beats, melodies, and mixes
Control your DAW
A truly portable design
More than music - overlays for video, illustration, typing, and inventing

The controls you need when you need them. Simply put, the Sensel Morph is a tablet-sized pressure sensor with swappable interface overlays. The incredibly portable Morph makes no compromises in its build or capability. Next-generation velocity sensitivity, and swappable hardware interfaces gives you tactile response that feels great. Use it as a MIDI controller in any software, or go deeper with integrated scripts for Bitwig Studio and Ableton Live. Polyphonic Expression (MPE) isn't limited to a piano - use it with any shape and any control.

Microchip at CES 2020 shows maXTouch capacitive touch curved glove wet air gestures, Knob-on-Display

Posted by Charbax – January 17, 2020

Microchip at CES 2020 shows some demos for automotive, health, intelligent home, human interface, power and connectivity and security including their Automotive Knob-on-Display and Ultrawide Touchscreen Center Console which features their innovative maXTouch technology-based Knob-on-Display (KoD) functionality, which allows OEMs to add features and functions to a vehicle’s ultrawide touchscreen while reducing driver distraction, Microchip's Rotary Touch Encoder with maXTouch Technology-Powered Touchscreen Display-on-Knob (DoK) user interface for touchscreens brings classic mechanical knobs into the era of smart interactive devices, Microchip Curved Surfaces with maXTouch 2D touchscreen controllers that are molded into 3D shapes, their microcontrollers (MCUs) can be used for force sensing and haptic, audio or LED feedback shows how electronics can be molded into curved plastics for adding touch buttons, sliders, wheels and trackpads to automotive, consumer, industrial, factory and other applications, Zebra Barcode Scanner and Handheld Portable Computing Terminal with maXTouch Technology used to implement single-finger thick-glove support in the touch interfaces used in Zebra Technologies’ MC93 rugged gun-style inventory management barcode scanner and TC57 rugged handheld portable computing terminal. Featuring their new MXT2952TD chipset. The Cambridge Yoyo-M high-fidelity stereo Speakers with 3D Air Gesture Control feature Microchip's 3D air gesture controls to wake up the touch control buttons on approach and control music playback with a simple wave of your hand.

TI DLP 0.23” World’s Smallest 1080p Projector, $899 4K, $1499 Short-throw 4K, Touch, $999 3D Printer

Posted by Charbax – January 17, 2020

The DLP230NP digital micromirror device (DMD) is a digitally controlled micro-opto-electromechanical system (MOEMS) spatial light modulator (SLM). When coupled to an appropriate optical system, the DMD displays a crisp and high quality 1080p image or video. The chipset comprises this DMD and the DLPC3436 controller. The DLPA2000, DLPA2005, and DLPA3000 PMIC/LED drivers also support this chipset. The compact physical size of the device applies to portable equipment where high image quality, small form factor, and low power are important.

Feature:

Ultra Compact 0.23-Inch (5.95-mm) Diagonal Micromirror Array
Displays 1920 × 1080 Pixels On the Screen
5.4 µm Micromirror Pitch
17° Micromirror Tilt (Relative to Flat Surface)
Side Illumination for Optimal Efficiency and Optical Engine Size
Polarization Independent Aluminum Micromirror Surface
8-Bit SubLVDS Input Data Bus
Dedicated DLPC3436 Controller for Display Applications
Dedicated DLPA2000, DLPA2005, or DLPA3000 PMIC/LED Driver for Reliable Operation

Acer ConceptD 7 Ezel with Xeon, Quadro RTX, 4K HDR, 32GB RAM

Posted by Charbax – January 16, 2020

Acer expanded its line of ConceptD creator PCs with new Windows 10 convertible notebooks and a powerful workstation. A CES 2020 Innovation Award honoree, the ConceptD 7 Ezel series features Acer’s Ezel hinge that allows for five usage modes, making it easier than ever for designers to collaborate, share and bring ideas to life. The elegant and robust ConceptD 700 workstation was built to handle heavy content creator workflows with ease.

The ConceptD 7 Ezel series convertible RTX Studio notebooks allow creators to design and share their ideas with a color accurate UHD touch screen display that swivels and rotates into any of five different usage modes for the utmost in flexibility and convenience

The ConceptD 7 Ezel Pro is ideal for those needing maximum power; it features an Intel® Xeon™ processor[1], NVIDIA® Quadro RTX™ GPU, ECC memory support and Windows 10 Pro

The ConceptD 7 Ezel is ideal for heavy workflows; it features up to a 10th Gen Intel® Core™ H-series processor coming soon, NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs, up to 32 GB of DDR4 memory and up to 2 TB NVMe PCIe SSDs

The ConceptD 700 workstation is ideal for filmmakers, animators and AEC (architecture, engineering, construction) designers; it features an Intel® Xeon™ E processor and up to NVIDIA® Quadro RTX™ 4000 graphics.

Creators’ work comes to life in brilliant detail and clarity on the notebooks’ 4K IPS[2] displays (3840 x 2160 resolution) which deliver more than 8 million pixels. With a 400-nit high-brightness rating, images are vibrant and eye-catching. The displays also include integrated color correction technologies and have been tested and calibrated to deliver superior fidelity in reproducing the PANTONE® Matching System (PMS) Colors. This ensures true-to-life color reproduction with a 100% Adobe® RGB color gamut and a color accuracy of Delta E

Acer’s ConceptD Palette User Interface makes it easy to manage color profiles and system settings.

The notebook has been designed to stay cool and quiet, and produces less than 40dB of noise — equivalent to the sound level in a library — while maintaining high computing and graphics performance.

The elegantly designed all white ConceptD 7 Ezel includes a Micro-Arc Oxidation finish for strength and resistance to corrosion and oxidation. It also includes stain-resistant and high-abrasion resistant coatings.

Rohinni microLED with BOE, Magna and Luumii, World’s Fastest microLED pick and place

Posted by Charbax – January 16, 2020

BOE and Rohinni, a fast-growing mini and micro LED technology startup, show the first demos from their joint venture (JV) that will bring the power and brilliance of micro LEDs to mass-market. Through the JV, they will enable consumer electronics makers to meet both current and future demand for higher-quality displays. The JV will adopt Rohinni's proprietary high-speed MicroLED placement technology that is capable of placing 50 die-per-second (dps) with 10 micron accuracy at 99.999% die yields. BOE and Rohinni will initially focus on large panel applications (32-inch and up) for consumer electronic products in addition to all display sizes for industrial, automotive and other markets.

Rohinni also has a joint-venture with Magna Electronics called Magna Rohinni Automotive Electronics to develop flexible mini-LED and micro-LED based lighting devices for the automotive market.
Luumii is a joint-venture between Micro-LED developer Rohinni and Koja is mass producing its micro-LED and mini-LED based notebook computer keyboard backlights and logo lighting solutions, more compact, more power efficient, enhances product features and user experience as it offers colored lighting and animations with a current capacity is of 100,000 units per month.

Hisense ULED XD at CES 2020, Dual Layer, 8K, Tri-Laser short throw DLP and more

Posted by Charbax – January 15, 2020

Hisense CES Booth Tour. Featuring ULED XD Dual Layer 4K and 8K, coming to the market this year Hisense claims at cheaper and brighter with at least as good contrast as OLED. Hisense also shows their Tri-Laser short throw DLP projection based Laser TV at large sizes but some of the models are still quite expensive. Prices should be reaching sub-$1500 for short throw Laser 4K projectors this year though.