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Sharp Aquos Crystal X Forms A Seamless Multi-Phone Display

10/07/2014, [CEATEC 2014] I know that our living room TVs love being slim. After all, the change from the fat and chunky CRT to that of a slim LCD TV proved to be revolutionary all those years back, and over the years, LCD has given way to LED, introducing sharper...

Aisin Seiki Robotic Wheelchair

10/07/2014, [CEATEC 2014] Getting around when you are disabled or have an injured leg or hip can be quite a challenge, which is why wheelchair technology has developed a fair bit over the years. In fact, we did take a look at the WHILL smart wheelchair yesterday, and...

DoCoMo C3fit IN-pulse Smart Shirt

10/07/2014, [CEATEC 2014] We have smart homes, smart glasses, smart cars, smart watches, and wearable technology continues to move forward with the introduction of a smart shirt. While wearable e-textiles with some sort of communication technology built in is not...

Omron Unleashes Beast Of A Ping Pong Robot

10/07/2014, [CEATEC 2014] When it comes to robotic movement, it can be quite a challenge to ensure that a robot is able to know where it is going, figure out just what kind of obstacles are ahead of it, and react accordingly. Hence, for Omron to come up with this...

Aiko Chihira The Toshiba Communication Android

10/07/2014, [CEATEC 2014] When it comes to getting the message across efficiently, you know for sure that the art of communication can be a rather difficult and challenging one. With so many different backgrounds and experiences that people come from, the clash of...

By The Power Of Skeletonics, Go Forth And Conquer!

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] Japan, the land of robots and anime, and this time around, we have the Skeletonics exoskeleton that was in action. Sure, it looks huge, it looks scary, but what a rush of power one would get if one were to stand inside and actually give it a...

WHILL Smart Wheelchair

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] Is it me, or do all consumer electronics that sport a certain glow look better in blue? Somehow, that looks set to be the case, and when it comes to this successfully funded Kickstarter project, the WHILL smart wheelchair, you just got to...

DoCoMo Yubi Navi Haptic Handles Offers Different Way To Navigate

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] At first glance, the Yubi Navi haptic handles from NTT DoCoMo happen to resemble that of a Wiimote, albeit without the thumb joystick and button, of course. Upon closer inspection, it has a far different function, as this cylindrical and...

Konica Minolta Reveals Holographic Optical Element

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] It goes without saying that wearable technology is a growing and some say, booming business. It seems that wearable smart glasses do look as though they are all the rage these days, and will continue to be so in the near and immediate...

Sharp’s 360 View Camera Creates A Safer Parking Experience

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] When it comes to parking your vehicle, most of us have got the formula down pat – be it reverse parking or parallel parking, it has all been boiled down to a single formula. Having said that, this does not mean that one will be able to...

Kyocera Proteus Is Gumby’s Best Friend

10/06/2014, I am quite sure that most people do have fond memories of Gumby, the lovable and extremely bendable character that appealed to children as well as parents. Having said that, while screens have started to feature a higher level of resolution as well as...

Opti-Myst Electric Fire Gives The “Hot” Look Without The Heat

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] For those of us who happen to live in the northern hemisphere, autumn might have just kicked in, and winter is about to arrive, so how about making sure your home is well equipped to meet Jack Frost when he arrives? Of course, it might be a...

Kyocera Sympathy Bluetooth Headset Concept

10/06/2014, [CEATEC 2014] How many of you out there actually make use of a Bluetooth headset? While there are some which are extremely well designed to look as though they are space age, as far as I can recall, none of them actually look really thin and slim in terms...