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Japan Display Shows Off 915 PPI 9.6-Inch Display

10/07/2015, [CEATEC 2015] Just when you thought that there is no way for one to cram in so many pixels into a single display, along come the folks over at Japan Display, where their hard work has paid off – and they managed come up with a display that measures...

ALPS Sensor Might Spell Breakthrough For Wearable Health Devices

10/07/2015, [CEATEC 2015] Aren’t we all a conscious lot where our health and well being are concerned? Unfortunately, many people will only do something about their health when they are diagnosed with something unpleasant which might require a combination of...

Vuzix iWearHD Ready For Pre-Order

10/07/2015, [CEATEC 2015] Vuzix, a name that has been associated with video eyewear for the longest time, has shown off their iWearHD video headphones on the showfloor, citing that it is available for pre-order at the moment fro 60,000 Yen before taxes. This video...

Kyocera Torque G02 Can Survive Seawater As Well

10/07/2015, [CEATEC 2015] A smartphone that can survive being underwater is nothing new or worth shouting about these days – even when companies like Sony clarified their waterproof guidelines. Well, Kyocera, being a name where rugged handsets have always had a...

Miraisens Augments Your User Experience With 3D Haptics

10/07/2015, [CEATEC 2015] We have certainly come a long way since we worked with a computer interface, haven’t we? From using data cards which have specially punched codes in different orders to typing out commands using a keyboard, the graphical user interface...

Rakuten AR-HITOKE Encourages The Herd Mentality

10/07/2015, [CEATEC 2015] Normally, we humans find safety in numbers – which can be deemed to be the herd mentality. Of course, there are pros and cons associated with such a way of thinking, since when it is for the correct and just cause, it can be a force of...

Rakuten WallSHOP Makes Shopping All The More Fun

10/07/2015, [CEATEC 2015] Going shopping can be fun – especially when you have plenty of cash to spare, as you need not have to think too much – or even twice about picking up a particular item that you would like. What about making sure that the shopping...

Comirobo Robot From Sharp

10/07/2015, [CEATEC 2015] While Sharp’s RoboHon seem to be the darling of this year’s CEATEC where cute and tiny robots are concerned, this does not mean that there is no love for another more rotund player which so happened to be hanging out at the Sharp booth...

Sharp’s Mirror Display Adds Splashes Of Color To Your Shopping

10/07/2015, [CEATEC 2015] Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all? Most mirrors will remain quiet and not answer back – after all, why take the risk of disappointing your owner and getting yourself thrown out of the home or even broken? Two...

AITalk Could Pave The Way For Smoother Natural Language

10/07/2015, [CEATEC 2015] Japan, the land of ramen and robots. Of course, it makes perfect sense that an ageing population would need more and more healthcare as time passes by, and if humans are unable to deliver, then perhaps robots are able to help. If you...

Fujitsu RETISSA Eyewear Helps Those With Poor Vision

10/07/2015, [CEATEC 2015] Wearable technology such as virtual reality headsets or augmented reality (AR) headgear have been around for some time already, but they have not really managed to end up being mainstream devices to date. Well, it looks like this particular...

16Lab Computer Ring : Now With Wireless Charging & NFC

10/07/2015, [CEATEC 2015] Hmmm, it does feel as though the past year has been one of upgrades for the likes of Omron and their ping pong robot, as 16Lab too, has decided to improve upon their wearable ring which was shown off at CEATEC last year. Back then, the...