Sharp has a lot of very interesting things to show at CES 2013: 8K, ICC-4K, IGZO, ICC Purios, Ultra HD, Quattron, Moth Eye, Flexible OLED, 4K 13.5" OLED, 4K 32" touch screens, AQUOS 2013, SUPER BRIGHT and more.
Toyota is showing off their latest technologies to make cars safer, providing for near self-driving car functionality, they describe this as an attentive, always vigilant virtual co-pilot. Toyota says autonomous is not driver-less for now.
Ford shows off New Ford Sync-Compatible Apps. Now all developers can add smart functionality to Ford Sync systems.
Chevrolet announces Apple Siri integration in their cars, showing off the Chevy Volt and Chevy Spark semi-electric cars (short range Electric battery with gasoline power for the rest).
Panasonic shows their OLED Printing technology for the first time at CES 2013. They claim this can allow for affordable mass manufacturing of OLED displays at any size and at any resolution. Panasonic claims that the yield is high for this new OLED manufacturing process, so they claim this is going to allow them to mass manufacture 4K OLED displays. But they cannot yet confirm if mass market availability of this 4K OLED screen can happen in 2014 or 2015, this is something that they are still discussing internally.
This video features the Audi R18 e-tron quattro, Audi RS5 convertible, Audi Q7 3.0 quattro Surround Sound Concept car, automatic high-beam assistant brights, Audi's auto pilot: Self-parking and Audi Self-driving, Audi 3D display (automatic barrier glasses free 3D following your eyes), Audi Connect (My Audi portal), Audi A3 Simulator and more.
Access your Bluetooth-enabled phone and make hands-free calls and stream your music just by saying the command.
Røde iXY is a professional quality stereo microphone that records in 96khz 24bit professional audio format sending the recording digitally to the iPhone or iPad Røde application. They also provide an option to dock the iPhone with iXY microphone on a video-camera, offering a way to synchronize the hi-fidelity recorded audio with the video.
Casio is finally launching their Bluetooth 4.0 smartwatch to interface with smartphones such as Android phones and the iPhone, the phone can run 2 years on a regular wrist watch battery even with the Bluetooth 4.0 connection being active most of the time every day, when you get a call, it can light up and vibrate your watch, make it beep, display the caller ID, other features such as notifications, social network updates can also be enabled and managed through the app on the smartphone.