NTT Docomo demonstrates their latest R&D ideas for a smarter life in Japan, NTT Docomo is Japan's biggest mobile carrier. Their show things ranging from Google Glass like devices (the Epson, Vuzix and some other heads-up-display with added Logitech like USB cameras it looks like, running demo software), green vegan food Radish Boya (now aquired by NTT Docomo), bike sharing and more.
Omron Japan shows their latest range of healthcare products, sleep cycles, weight, blood pressure, heart rate and more. Omron is the leader in healthcare devices out of Japan, with plenty more to come.
Walk down the Omotesando shopping avenue in Tokyo Japan, lots of people with umbrellas and dressed smartly to have fun and shop. Lots of queuing for Chicago and Seattle style pop-corn stores.
The muscle suit provides extra strength for lifting items. KOA corporation is itself a producer of sensors. The muscle suit remains under development and is not on the market yet. The muscle suit is powered through a cable and a small battery. KOA also produces a touch sensor.
This Mitubishi 4K Laser TV uses red laser to produce the industry's best red colors in addition to using blue and gree LED in this 4K LCD. Mitsubishi's TV is one of the only laser 4k Tvs market. Some of Mitsubishi's Laser TVs are on the market but are only sold in Japan for a price of about 2,000 USD and are currently only available in 1080p.
DC Power power produces a DC motors and produces a DC motor for electric DeLorean DMC-12 shown here at CEATEC 2013. The DeLorean DMC-12 was used in the film Back To The Future. Thi DeLorean DMC-12 prototype can travel a distance of 50-60km or 31-37 miles with the possibility for more battery.
Pioneer shows DJ equipment that uses iPads, HUD heads-up-display for cars, speakers, Miracast or MHL functionality, the mixtrax application, electric car wireless charging and more at the CEATEC 2013 consumer electronics conference in Tokyo.
Nissan shows their own self driving car similar to Google's but without the volodyne radar system. Adding the technology to cars requires few changes to a car. The question is to know how far they are with development and if they can show this car on real roads in real traffic soon like Google does or not.
Mitsubishi talks about their Satellites that go into space as well as smaller sized models of said satellites. Mitsubishi is itself is a contractor for governments. Mitsubishi has five satellites in space.
Here's the latest Sonostar E Ink smartwatch prototype. The Bluetooth 4.0 data connection and E Ink screen seem to be working, now the main challenge I think is going to be app support, how Android is going to send over which data to the E Ink screen, there needs to be a Wearable Computer protocol for Android, one in which things like app notifications, small versions of apps can automatically be sent over to such a smaller display as this E Ink Bluetooth 4.0 smartwatch.
Read more about it over at: http://www.sonostar.com