Samsung to Showcase Three New C-Lab Projects at CES 2018

Samsung to Showcase Three New C-Lab Projects at CES 2018

Samsung announced the launch of three new C-Lab projects and commercial products from seven C-Lab at International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 on January 03, 2017. The three new C-Lab projects include S-Ray, GoBreath, and Relúmĭno glass.

S-Ray is a portable directional speaker, is expected to offer an earphone-like experience without using the earphones. It also helps to avoid the ear pain caused due long hours of earphone use. Samsung has also published a video that shows three devices – Mini, Handy, and Neckband.

GoBreath is another a health-care solution developed by a doctor at Samsung Medical Center. It consists of an inhaler-like portable device, which is connected to a mobile app that helps patients with lung disorders. It helps a person with basic techniques such as coughing or deep breathing, and help them in their recovery process. The app also provides exercise guidelines and helps patients check the recovery of their lungs.

Relúmĭno glasses are Samsung’s visual aid solution for people with visual impairments. Objective of these smart eyeglasses is to help the visually impaired people to see more clearly while reading or looking at an object. The glasses work by relying on a connected smartphone for processing images from videos projected through the camera of the glasses and floating the processed images into the display of the glasses to enable the wearer to see better.

According to Smart Technologies published by Coherent Market Insights, conventional technologies are increasingly being replaced by smart alternatives, featuring connectivity, innovative applications, and artificial intelligence for independent decision making. “Since launching five years ago, our C-Lab program has gained exciting momentum across Samsung, helping foster an innovation culture, and providing avenue for our creative, talented employees to pursue innovative new projects. We will continuously introduce innovative projects through our C-Lab program,” said Jaiil Lee, Vice President and Head of the Creativity & Innovation Center at Samsung Electronics.

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