Rockchip RK3399 dual-core ARM Cortex-A72 with quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 big.LITTLE at 28nm with ARM Mali-T864 GPU is ready for mass production, here showing an ultra-slim tablet, featuring dual USB Type-C for charging, for data and display output. Rockchip also shows their high performance VR solution ready for mass production based on RK3399, Chromebooks, Windows 10, Set-top-boxes, Robots and more are probably to come.
Unspoken is a new Oculus Rift game the video-games company Insomniac is developing, integrating prototype VR controllers by Oculus Rift where one hand can hold a shield with the left hand and throw fireballs with the right hand. Filmed in 4K using Sony AX53
Nvidia is showing their best VR experience powered by 3 Nvidia GTX 1080 GPUs (costing $700 each) with a powerful and expensive gaming Intel desktop PC running Nvidia's Funhouse VR game with impressive graphics rendered by 1 GTX1080 GPU for each eye and a third GTX 1080 calculating all the physics in the game, experienced with the amazing $800 HTC Vive with its amazing controllers all tracked in the room using IR. The GTX1080 is the world's most powerful consumer PC GPU. Filmed in 4K using Sony AX53
Allwinner shows their 4K VR all-in-one solution using Allwinner H8vr Octa-core ARM Cortex-A7 with PowerVR SGX544 GPU, runs Android, 2GB RAM, 16GB Nand Flash, supports up to 4K@30fps video playback. Allwinner expect that VR all-in-one will take the biggest market share by 2020, bigger than Phone VR (cardboard+) and PC-based VR (Oculus Rift). Allwinner H8vr's main focus is video decoding based VR experience, producing less heat (60% compared with competitors), less power consumption (3 hours battery life with a 3000mAh battery, 20% better energy saving compared with competitors), less weight (only 300g for the total VR headset). Allwinner also presents their VR roadmap until 2017, VR9 will be release on in Q42106 with 4X faster performance and with full mobile VR gaming support, VR10 will be released with the a new architecture SoC with 4G LTE, software and hardware based artificial intelligence module, 2X faster performance and 50% lower power consumption (compared with VR9). Allwinner also shows their single-lens 360degree camera solution based on their Allwinner V3 ARM Cortex-A7, supports H.264 video record in MP4 format at 1080p@60fps, 720p@120fps. With built-in WiFi, it supports real-time live streaming of the 360 video to your all-in-one VR headset or smart phone. Filmed in 4K using Sony AX53
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Valerie Riffaud‐Cangelosi, new market development manager at Epson Europe shows the new upcoming Epson Moverio BT-300 Smart Glasses for Augmented Reality applications, for sale from October 2016. Using Epson's new Silicon-based OLED dual-1280x720 projection heads-up display, with 100,000:1 ultra-high contrast, high brightness, very clear image. Markets include museums, arts and culture, drone piloting, healthcare and anything related to education and training. For example the aeronautics and automotive industry can use it to train new engineers into maintenance and to understand new materials, to be able to do the work while being able to see the information hands-free. Developers can customize, optimize and run their Android applications with the Moverio BT-300 on it's Intel Atom x5 quad-core CPU with 2GB RAM and 16GB flash. Epson reduced the weight by 20% compared with Moverio BT-200. Epson can use the ambient light sensor to modify the brightness of the projection to the lenses that reflect the image to ones field of view, to optimize the battery life which can be up to 6 hours already with Micro-USB and power banks that can be used onto the remote box to extend the battery life indefinitely. Epson Moverio BT-300 also support Wi-Fi AC, Wi-Fi Direct, Miracast, MicroSDHC up to 32GB, and the remote can control the Android UI. Filmed in 4K with Sony AX53. Epson won the best wearable award at the IDTechEx Wearable Technology Europe 2016 event, you can read more at http://idtechex.com
Sunchip XDV360 is a single-lens 4K 360degree camera, powered by Allwinner V3 ARM Cortex-A7, with 13mega pixel camera with SONY 179 sensor, 512MB RAM, support external microSD card up to 64GB. It support H.264 video recording at MP4 format at 4K@30fps, 1080p@60fps, 720p@120fps. With build-in WiFi, it support real-time live streaming the 360 video via your smart phone or VR headset. It comes with 0.96’’ TFT sreen and 1000mAH build-in battery, with 2 hours battery life doing 4K video recording. Bulk price at below $70 for 1000pcs MOQ.
Sunchip CV-V3 is the headset VR powered by Allwinner H8 Octa-core ARM Cortex-A7 with PowerVR SGX544 GPU, runs Android 5.1, with 5.5’’ 1080P LCD screen, 2GB RAM, 16GB Flash, with WiFi and Bluetooth, bulk price below $150.
Sunchip CV-V5 is powered by Rockchip RK3288 ARM Cortex-A17 with Mali-T764 GPU, also runs Android5.1, comes with 5.5’’ 1080P LCD screen, 2GB RAM, 16GB Flash, with WiFi, Bluetooth, bulk price at $150.
Sunchip is a design house of Rockchip and Allwinner for TV Box, Cameras, All-in-one VR Headsets and 360 degree camera. They deliver the total solution with 360 degree camera and All-in-one VR headset together (customer can get better price if you place order bundle the camera with VR sets together), they also can deliver PCBA designs as well.
You can contact Sunchip here: (let them know you watched the video)
Kobe Chen, Sales Manager
Mobile: +86 13751103656
Phone: +86 755 26733959
Rockchip RK3399 is Rockchip's first big.LITTLE processor, 64bit ARMv8, on 28nm with two large ARM Cortex-A72 cores and 4 small ARM Cortex-A53 cores, with ARM Mali-T864 GPU, it features dual USB Type-C with DisplayPort audio-video output support, H265/VP9 10bit 60fps HDMI 2.0 decode, PCI-e, 8 channel microphone array and support for the latest Android, Linux, Chrome OS and Windows 10. The RK3399 SDK is available to Rockchip's partners with sampling of the chip starting before the end of this month, full mass production in consumer electronics should happen in the 3 months of July to September 2016, depending on Rockchip's mass production device partners reaching stable results with the chip. Rockchip may position RK3399 as a mass market well priced Hexacore 64bit platform.
Headquarters office tour at LS VISION in Shenzhen, China, near university town, manufacturing CCTV, IP Camera, their latest special security camera is their LS-SPD5300, a 360degree Panoramic security camera with 5 lenses, merging every angle to form a 360degree surround video stream and recording. LS VISION makes IP Cameras that are all weatherproof, waterproof. LS VISION is looking for small to large distributors to ship their LS VISION CCTV brand worldwide.
You can contact LS VISION here:
Jenny Lee, General Manager
Mobile/Whatsapp:+86 138 2881 5727
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Winter sports like skiing and snowboarding are often group activities. Groups of skiers and snowboarders traditionally use folded paper maps or board-mounted larger-scale maps near ski lifts to aid decision making: which slope to take next, where to have lunch, or what hazards to avoid when going off-piste. To enrich those static maps with personal content (e.g., pictures, prior routes taken, or hazards encountered), Anton Fedosov (twitter: @antonfedosov), HCI researcher, Università della Svizzera italiana (twitter: @USI_INF), Lugano, Switzerland developed SkiAR, a wearable augmented reality system that allows groups of skiers and snowboarders to share such content in-situ on a printed resort map while on the slope.