Endless computers are mini computers that run the Endless OS Linux distribution which is designed for education purposes and informing people about coding. The mission mini runs on a Quad Core Amlogic 805 ARM processor offering 2gb, 32gb or 64 of storage for $129. The Mission one runs on a Intel® Celeron® processor N2807 Dual Core CPU up to 2.17 GHz for $249.
The VUZE 360 is the only 360 degree 4K 3D camera for less than $1000. The VUZE 360 enables the capturing of 3d panoramic videos at a resultion of 4K at 30fps. VUZE content can be viewed in Virtual Reality. The microphones are 4 MEMS 48Hz microphones producing 16bit PCM audio. There is also Microsd for storage. The VUZE 360 can be controlled from an iOS device or Android device.
AMD RYZEN is being released in March 2017. The AMD Socket RYZEN brings higher x86 core count 8 Core/16 thread processors to the mainstream. AMD RYZEN promises a 40% gain in IPC over AMD Excavator. AMD Vega is AMD's successor to AMD Polaris. AMD Vega is targeted towards high performance graphics applications such as 4K gaming.
Leica Geosystems presents their BLK360 triple lens 360 degree camera as 3d scanner for 360 degree images for the construction industry. The camera has an infrared sensor for taking panoramic images. The camera is primarily used for surveying surrounding areas such as in the field of construction. The camera will be available in March of this year. The price is around $16,000.
Withings and Kerastase have teamed up to create the Smart Hairbrush. The Kerastase smart hair coach can monitor your hair as well as provide information. The smart hair brush will also provide advice on what your hair should look like. The information gathered by the smart hairbrush is sent to your smartphone.
Withings is a division of Nokia from France that produces analog smartwatches. The Steel HR is the first analog smartwatch currently available with a heart rate monitor and a circular OLED display. The watches also has a small circular screen for glancing at information. There is also an Android and iOS app for controlling the device The prices of the watches start at $179.
3drudder offers virtual reality controls that can be controlled using your feet. The device controls your characters movement without you having to move yourself. The device can be easily implemented in video games and can either emulate PC keyboard controls or joystick input. The price of the controller is $199.
The Miraxess Mirabook turns your smartphone into a 13.3" laptop. The device works with Android or Windows Smartphones through USB type C and charges your phone. The battery life is said to be 24 hours. The Mirabook features HDMI, USB Type C, and an SD Card Reader I/O for and Premium speakers. The device is a prototype with a target price of $299 and availability to be announced.
Jonathan Schipper of Gemsense shows their Smart Chair made in partnership with Nowy Styl of Poland. They have integrated 14 sensors into the office chair, motion sensors, Gyroscope, Magnetometer, temperature, humidity and more. It can be used to expand the VR gaming experience. Gemsense partners with DSP Group to use their Ultra-Low Energy (ULE) System-on-Chips (SoCs) wireless chipset solutions to power the new Navigo Smart connected chair by Nowy Styl Group, maker of furniture solutions for office and public spaces. The Navigo Smart chair is further enhanced by the RED AMBER sensor IoT platform by Gemsense. You can also watch the interview filmed by Android Authority here
Velux smart windows adjust themselves based on weather conditions. Velux Windows adjust themselves so the house has an ideal temperature. Velux Windows will close themselves when no one is in the house to prevent intruders from entering. Velux smart windows can still let in air even while windows are closed Velux smart Windows can reduce energy consumption for smarthome certification. Velux Windows can be controlled remotely by an app.