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There are a host of self-driving cars on the road today, but John Deere wanted to make life easier for farmers with the latest autonomous technology. So, they combined Deere’s 8R tractor, a TruSet-enabled chisel plow, GPS guidance system, and new advanced technologies, to make a fully autonomous version that will be available later this year. It comes equipped with six pairs of stereo cameras, which enables 360° obstacle detection and distance calculation.
We have seen the future of contact lenses, and they have soft electronics embedded within them. InWith Corporation touts their invention as potentially the most advanced platform for viewing the coming metaverse and are planning to achieve FDA Breakthrough Clearance this year. This technology allows developers to place augmented vision display chip applications into any soft hydrogel contact lenses that many wear daily.
The ASUS ROG Flow Z13 is claimed to be the world’s most powerful gaming tablet, and rightfully so. Boasting up to a 14-core Intel Core i9-12900H CPU, an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti GPU, a MUX Switch and 5200 MHz LPDDR5 memory. You can choose from two display options: either a 4K 60 Hz display with 85% DCI-P3 coverage, or a Full HD 120 Hz screen with 100% sRGB coverage, both with a 16:10 aspect ratio, Dolby Vision, Corning Gorilla glass protection, Adaptive Sync, 500 nits of peak brightness, as well as Pantone validation. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on, and additional information.
Beyond Imagination’s Beomni is touted as one of the world’s most advanced general-purpose humanoid robots, thanks to an evolving “AI Brain” that enables it to assist its human pilot in performing a multitude number of tasks. One example would be performing scientific experiments in challenging environments like microgravity. This means its human pilot can remain safely on the ground, while leveraging Beomni’s low-latency remote video feed and natural controls.
Always wanted a laptop with a built-in tablet? If so, then look no further than the Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 3. That’s right, it has a main 17.3-inch ultra-wide screen IPS (3072 x 1440) with a 120 Hz refresh rate and 100% P3 color gamut display, alongside an 8-inch full color LCD touchscreen. This means that application sub tools can be displayed on the smaller screen, thus freeing up main screen for content creation, or just use the former for taking notes during online meetings.
Engineered Arts’ Ameca became an internet sensation ahead of the AI humanoid robot’s appearance at CES 2022 (Booth 62502 & 62524) in Las Vegas this week, but now that we’ve seen more, it’s creepier than ever. This creation is the culmination of 20 years of increasing robotics innovation, thanks to groundbreaking advancements in movement, natural gestures, intelligent interaction, and a future-proof software system designed to embrace artificial intelligence as well as computer vision. Read more for the video and additional information.
If you’ve ever experienced a movie sitting in a D-BOX chair, then Razer’s all-new Enki Pro HyperSense should feel familiar. This gaming chair incorporates high-fidelity haptics, which lets users experience a new dimension of immersion in gaming, complete with a Chroma RGB headrest that allows users to personalize their chair when in use. There will be native support for over 2,200 games, movies and music titles, including Forza Horizon 5 and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on from CES 2022, and additional information.
The Samsung Freestyle is compact enough, weighing just 830-grams, to be taken anywhere, and it’s essentially a projector, smart speaker and ambient lighting device all-in-one. We all know that most hotel rooms aren’t very large, and that’s where its versatile cradle comes in, which allows it to rotate of up to 180°, allowing you to project high-quality video anywhere, whether it be tables, floors, walls or even ceilings.
What started out as Project Hazel back during March 2021, has now become Razer’s Zephyr Pro. This updated model looks exactly like its $99.99 predecessor, but now adds the company’s patent-pending voice amplification technology, along with a higher $149.99 price tag. The microphone is concealed within the mask itself and is capable of delivering up to 60 decibels within a meter of space. Read more for a hands-on video, additional pictures and information.
Sure, the Tesla infotainment screen is nice, but for a true cinema experience, you’ll need a BMW Theatre Screen. Simply put, it adds a 5G-connected, 31-inch panorama display in 32:9 format with smart TV functions and a resolution of up to 8K to the backseat of a few upcoming high-end BMW models. They are also working with Amazon to fully integrate the Fire TV experience within the Theatre Screen system, which means you’ll easily be able to stream videos, listen to music, and watch downloaded shows, all on-the-go.