Honda To Introduce 3e Robotics Concept At Ces 2018

Honda to Introduce 3E Robotics Concept at CES 2018 Honda will unveil its new 3E (Empower, Experience, Empathy) Robotics Concept at CES 2018, demonstrating a range of experimental technologies engineered to advance mobility and make people's lives better. Expressing a variety of functions and designs, the advanced robotic concepts demonstrate Honda's vision of a society where robotics and AI can assist people in many situations, such as disaster recovery, recreation and learning from human interaction to become more helpful and empathetic. The Honda press conference is scheduled for January 9, 2018, at 11:00 a.m. PST (LVCC, North Hall – 7923).

More About Toyota Ai: 2 Smaller Vehicles Will Join Concept-i Car From Ces

More about Toyota AI: 2 smaller vehicles will join Concept-i car from CES

Toyota is expanding its Concept-i series of semi-autonomous personal mobility electric vehicle concepts beyond the four-wheeler first revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January by adding a universal small mobility vehicle and a three-wheel Segway-style electric scooter designed for walking range. The three vehicles will be paired with artificial intelligence technology to enable the vehicles to understand their driver's emotions and preferences. All three will be shown at the Tokyo Motor Show, which starts Oct. 25. The company says the Concept-i series is based on its Learn-Protect-Inspire technology that understands people, uses automated driving technology to increase safety and can anticipate the driver's feelings. So for example, it'll be able to learn about you via your expressions and tone of voice, GPS information and even your social media activity to suggest routes it thinks you might find more enjoyable as a slight detour. It'll also be able to read all five senses, meaning it'll be able to tell if your eyelids are getting droopy, or send rhythmic inflate-deflate patterns to the seat if it senses you're getting annoyed, or pull up one of your favorite songs if it thinks you're feeling blue. It can also take over driving functions completely in certain dangerous or high-stress situations. You're not alone in thinking this stuff has some creepy undertones. Toyota says it aims to become "more than a machine, a partner" with the Concept-i technology. It's far from the only automaker investing in deep-learning AI systems. As for the vehicle specs, the Concept-i features an all-electric powertrain and a 186-mile driving range. The Concept-i Ride, a two-seater that Toyota envisions being used with car-sharing services, features gull-wing doors and an electric-sliding seat to accommodate wheelchair users and storage, plus a joystick that replaces a steering wheel, accelerator and brake pedal. It can go between 62 and 93 miles on a charge.

The Concept-i Walk, meanwhile, features three wheels, steering function, and a tight turning radius, with a range of 6 to 12 miles on a charge. Toyota says it plans to conduct road tests of vehicles equipped with some of the Concept-i technologies by around 2020.

Ces 2017: Audio-technica Unveils Digital Wireless Headphones

CES 2017: Audio-Technica Unveils Digital Wireless HeadphonesAudio-Technica is a name that’s pretty much synonymous with headphones. The company has released a wide range of headphones over the years, ranging from budget entry-level devices to headphones whose quality that audiophiles can attest to. At CES 2017, the company took the wraps off two new pairs of digital wireless headphones.

Jvc, Pioneer, Clarion, & Kenwood New Carplay Systems As Alpine Intros First Wireless Option

JVC, Pioneer, Clarion, & Kenwood new CarPlay systems as Alpine intros first wireless optionCES 2017 has officially kicked into full gear ahead of the show opening to the public this weekend, and today we get a look at the latest aftermarket in-dash entertainment systems that support Apple’s CarPlay platform. Announcements at the show include new products from JVC, Clarion, Kenwood, Pioneer, and one of the first aftermarket units to support wireless CarPlay connectivity from Alpine. Head below for all the details.

Ces 2017: Sony Unveils Its Latest Products At Ces 2017

CES 2017: Sony Unveils its Latest Products at CES 2017Sony Corporation will unveil its new lineup of products slated for a 2017 release at CES 2017, held from Wednesday, January 4 (local time) in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Sony’s booth this year will showcase the company’s latest offerings and initiatives, centering primarily on products that, with HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology, significantly raise the bar on picture quality. Attendees to the booth will be able to go hands-on with Sony’s wide range of products, from home entertainment offerings like 4K HDR TVs and audio equipment that produces detailed, three-dimensional acoustics, to cameras, projectors, and gaming consoles, all of which are designed to expand the ways people can enjoy the entertainment content they care about, and be moved emotionally.

Ces 2017: Sony Electronics Introduces All New Bravia Oled 4k Hdr Tv

CES 2017: Sony Electronics Introduces All New BRAVIA® OLED 4K HDR TVSony Electronics announced today two new 4K HDR (High Dynamic Range) television series designed to deliver even wider brightness range, higher contrast and spectacular picture quality. The new flagship XBR-A1E BRAVIA OLED and XBR-X930E/X940E series TVs make the best use of 4K HDR content with the combination of Sony’s unique image processor and display technologies.

Ces 2017: Sony Expands The Extra Bass Headphones Series

CES 2017: Sony Expands the EXTRA BASS Headphones SeriesSony Electronics announced today that it will further expand the EXTRA BASS headphones series designed to enhance the listening experience for today’s most popular music genres. The four additional members of the EXTRA BASS family are the MDR-XB950N1 wireless noise cancelling headphones, the MDR-XB950B1 wireless, the MDR-XB550AP which comes in a wide variety of colors, and the MDR-XB510AS water-resistant, in-ear sports headphones. This enhanced lineup enables users to enjoy the intensity of deep bass notes in a variety of locations and scenarios. Users can feel comfortable enjoying premium sound quality with bass booster no matter where they are.

Ces 2017: Sony Vpl-vz1000es Ultra-short Throw 4k Hdr Home Theater Projector

CES 2017: Sony VPL-VZ1000ES Ultra-Short Throw 4K HDR Home Theater ProjectorSony Electronics announced today the VPL-VZ1000ES ultra-short throw 4K HDR home theater projector designed to integrate easily into one’s existing home and lifestyle. Sony’s latest brainchild is a High Dynamic Range (HDR) compatible, native 4K resolution laser light source projector that can be positioned as little as 6 inches away from the wall, yet command the room with a 100 inch image (measured diagonally in 16:9.) When powered off, the compact and elegant VPL-VZ1000ES virtually disappears into the décor. It is now possible to have an immersive viewing experience in any room—with no limits on the layout of your home. It’s a projector designed to live in the living room, not hide away in a media room.

Ces 2017: Sony Expands Extra Bass Wireless Speaker Series With Deep Bass

CES 2017: Sony Expands EXTRA BASS Wireless Speaker Series with Deep BassSony Electronics announced today that it will further expand the EXTRA BASS series to include four new portable wireless speakers designed to enable users to enjoy the intensity of deep bass notes in a variety of locations and scenarios. Made for today’s heavy-hitting bass lines and dropping beats, EXTRA BASS technology delivers powerful, clear bass sound where it’s hard to find—in a compact, portable speaker. The result is a full, deep, resonating sound that’s perfect for EDM, Hip-Hop and other popular music genres. All speakers feature easy, one-touch connectivity and music streaming with NFC and Bluetooth® compatibility and the SRS-XB40/XB30/XB20 models have special lighting effects.

Ces 2017: Sony Expands In-car Audio Line Up

CES 2017: Sony Expands In-Car Audio Line Up Sony Electronics announced today its new line up of in-car audio systems, AV centers and speakers. Featuring the latest smartphone integration, connectivity and high power sound, the new car audio products offer everything drivers need and more to enhance their audio experience, whether they are embarking on a long trip or sitting in traffic on their daily commute.

Ces 2017: Sony New 4k Ultra Hd Blu-ray Player, Home Audio And Home Theater Devices

CES 2017: Sony new 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player, Home Audio and Home Theater DevicesSony Electronics announced today new exciting audio products for 2017 all designed to support a more enhanced, connected, and immersive listening experience for consumers. This includes an advanced audio/video receiver (AVR), several new sound bars, and the highly anticipated Ultra HD Blu-ray universal player. These devices provide users the freedom to choose the best combination of devices to fit their unique entertainment needs.

Ces 2017: Fujifilm Unveils 'graphite' X-pro2 And X-t2

CES 2017: Fujifilm unveils 'Graphite' X-Pro2 and X-T2Fujifilm is now offering new 'graphite' bodies for the X-Pro2 and X-T2, produced using a multilayered coating. The graphite X-Pro2 will come bundled with a matching XF23mm F2 R WR lens and hood. The X-T2's color is more silver, which is appropriately enough named 'graphite silver'.

Ces 2017: Panasonic Desktop Companion Robot

CES 2017: Panasonic Desktop Companion RobotPanasonic today unveiled the desktop companion robot with human-like movements and communication skills at CES 2017. The robot has a cover that looks like an egg shell, which the robot can open to reveal a built-in projector. The robot also moves back and forward, and up and down. Its features and dexterity–designed to mimic human movements–inspires people to interact with it and are made possible with Panasonic-developed servo control technology.

Ces 2017: Sony's New Oled Tv Emits Sound From Screen

CES 2017: Sony's New OLED TV Emits Sound From ScreenSony Corp introduced its new products at a press conference that took place prior to the opening of CES 2017.
Among them, the main feature is "A1E Series," a new OLED TV product. For the TV, Sony employed the "Acoustic Surface" technology, which enables to emit sound directly from a TV screen by vibrating the screen.