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.
Skyworth releases their dual 2K OLED display VR headset powered by Rockchip RK3288 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A17 with Mali-T760 GPU. It's ready for high pixel density VR video, for example with more than twice the pixel density compared with using VR of a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with Samsung Gear VR. This Skyworth VR headset costs about $600 as the bulk factory price with a minimum order of 1K.
You can contact Skyworth here:(Please let them know if you watch this video)
Johnny Zhang, Deputy General Manager
Some highlights of the Samsung MWC 2016 press conference, launching Samsung Gear 360, S7 and S7 Edge, with also a special appearance by Mark Zuckerberg. You can also see the full official video of this event here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6KeASdz2AI
Watch the Samsung MWC 2016 press conference from my seat. You can see the official video of this event here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6KeASdz2AI
Based in Moscow, Russia, GeoCV is a software platform aiming to bring VR-calibre 3D modelling to the mass market. The highlight is the hardware-agnostic platform, implemented currently on a Project Tango device that is used to show a real estate company’s website with a home being displayed. GeoCV is looking beyond, to implement their platform on next-generation phones so that shooting in 3D is the same as shooting with a 2D camera (without special hardware.)
For more information see: http://www.geocv.com
Focalmax present lots of interesting products on CES2016, including TI DLP PICO Projectors, Short-Throw TI DLP projectors, Naked eye 3D Smartphones, VR, Sports DV and Car navigation with transparent HUD display.
Focalmax maxphone T1 is the world's 1st Smartphone with 2K screen and Naked Eye 3D display. powered by 64bit Qualcomm snapdragon 820 MSM8996 Qualcomm® Kryo™ CPU with Adreno 530 GPU, 4GB RAM, 64GB Flash, comes with 5.5'' 2K display, 5M front camera and 8M 3D rear camera, with USB Type C and 3000mAH battery.
You can contact Focalmax here:
Fiona Du, Brand Manager
Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 is shown in a real phone in LeTV Le Max Pro, with Qualcomm saying that they have 80+ design wins for the Snapdragon 820 custom 64bit processor, now to be mass manufactured on Samsung's 14nm process technology. Qualcomm also shows their Snapdragon 820 Adreno 530 GPU demos showing off high-end graphics, virtual reality and new display technologies, also Qualcomm WSA8815 audio technology for better sound coming out of built-in speakers for the Smartphones and Tablets market. Scanning people in realtime using Project Tango type structured scanner, IR camera. Qualcomm shows IoT technologies, Qualcomm Vive 802.11ac WiFi with multi-user mimo. Microsoft Windows 10 running on ultra-cheap Qualcomm 210, 410, and Windows continuum extending the Windows 10 desktop from the phone through to the external display using USB Type-C. Qualcomm Atheros Multi-Gigabit 60Ghz Wi-Fi 802.11ad included with the Snapdragon 820 LeTV Le Max Pro Smartphone! Matterport 360 degre camera supported by Qualcomm Ventures and other startups demonstrated. Qualcomm launches Qualcomm 820A for the automitive market and the modular system to upgrade the ARM Processor and PCB of the car to make it future proof.
Merlin IntelliSense Coherence Kit is a VR can monitor your body’s autonomic nervous system (ANS) and measures your heart rate variability (HRV). It can detect your pulse electronically and sends the data to the IntelliSense HRV app (available for both Android and iOS). Based on this, it can help you balance your nervous system function, while being measured real time. The visual feedback through the Coherence Kit 3D headset allows you to relax and helps you enforce positive thoughts as you watch the stress melt away. Merlin IntelliSense Coherence Kit is on indiegogo campaign now with $120 early bird price for the basic kit including the Merlin VR and Heart Rate Monitor:https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/intellisense-hrv-virtual-reality-biofeedback#/
Distributors can contact Merlin here (please let them know you watched this video):