Vitaliy Goncharuk is the Founder of Augmented Pixels, explains how his company's technology can enable computer vision for fully autonomous drones, robots on ARM Processors, providing the SLAM SDK to enable real-time obstacle avoidance, object/person follow tracking and more on basic ARM Processors, even on ARM Cortex-M based processors, enabling DJI Phantom 4 like features on sub-$100 ARM Powered Drones, maybe.
Tour of the Allwinner showroom at China Sourcing Fair 2016, with Damien from the Allwinner Business Development group (industry insiders can contact him at Damien@allwinnertech.com), showing the latest products powered by Allwinner on the market, such as the Phoenix OS based Laptop, Double OS (dual UI of Android) for 2-in-1 market developed in partnership with the Phoenix OS team, the latest Android Marshmallow tablets, including the Aikun Morphus X300 powered by Allwinner. Here also are presented the latest Allwinner powered all-in-one VR devices starting with Allwinner A33 and support for A83T and A64 quad-core ARM Cortex-A53. Allwinner also shows some Smart Home IoT type products powered by Allwinner such as smart vacuum cleaner, smart home robot and smart wifi speaker (Amazon Alexa or Google Home possibly possible), talking about next year's successor of the Allwinner A33 for the tablet market, which they might do on a lower nanometer to lower power consumption and optimize the low-cost Tablet market further. Allwinner shows some of their Phablets released in partnership with qualcomm, where Allwinner is helping to get shipped Qualcomm based LTE tablets on Snapdragon 200 and 400 series working with the design houses and factories in Shenzhen to get them done more. Allwinner has a big position in the auto market with after market smart Android powered smart mirrors, smart car dashboard and Smart car-dvr products which are quite popular in China, adding object recognition, car parking support, lane departure and car distance alerts and more. Allwinner is also in Drones with their camera chip, in E Ink Android based e-readers, smart speakers (with multi-room sync), and web-TV Karaoke tablets popular in the Chinese market.
Neostra's Virtual reality headset supports full hd 1080p resolution and runs on a Rockship rk3288 with options for higher resolutions and other processors. The 1080p virtual reality headset sells for 105 USD 125 for 2k resolution.
Neostra also makes ultra portable laptops based Intel z8300 processors.
Neostra also makes tablets and other devices for companies such as Acer and Hewlett Packard.
Pimax presents their 4K VR headset with 110 degree field of view on 5.5" 4K display. The VR headset is compatible with Windows and the steam gaming platform. The Pimax VR headset sells for about $350.
Eken is a Chinese manufacturer of Cameras. Eken makes the 360 camera which supports 4k and a full array of connectivity options.
Yuko makes a Virtual Reality headset with a Rockchip RK3399 processor and a resolution of 2k on a screen size of 5.5". Yuko VR headsets run on modified Android systems. Yuko VR also can be used with bluetooth controllers. Yuko also produces a lower end VR headset with a Fullhd resolutiona Rockchip Rk3288. Yuko also makes a VR heaset with a 720p resolution and a Rockchip RK3126 processor. The 2k VR headset 150 USD, the 720p model is 48 USD, and the fullhd model is 93 USD, all in quantities of 1,000 pieces or more. Yuko also makes stand alone headsets with no components built in which attach to smartphones in various designs.
Distributors can contact YUKO here:
Sunny Wang, Sales Director
Movie power is a leading producer of virtual reality equipment. Movie power virtual reality equipment enables the simulation of motion, either standing motion or driving motion. The standing VR sells for 6,500 USD and the driving VR for 9,000 USD.
3glasses sells a 3d virtual reality headset called the Blublur S1 featuring a 2880x1440 resolution and a POV 110" at 120hz. The Blublur s1 is 120 USD.
NAVVIS is a Tokyo-based company that is showing their 3D spatial mapping technology – using a combination of lasers, multiple cameras in different directions and a display unit, the setup is moved about on the exhibition floor, with immediate results showing variables (moving objects such as people) in a different shade from statics (walls, floor, stalls etc). The company also has a lineup of IoT products, wireless technologies and a drone.
Merlin shows the Leonardo virtual reality kit that allows one to control 3D images displayed on the screen, using their proprietary controller that uses 3 IR sensors to monitor the position. The software also allows for direct import of 3D CAD files, supporting output to 3D printers. Based in Budapest, Hungary, the Leonardo sells for US$1000 and uses an open API that can be used for creating 3D games. The kit includes a pair of 3D glasses, the software suite and the wired controller.