An international team led by scientists at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) has recently developed the world’s first 3D artificial eye with capabilities better than existing bionic eyes..
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Sony today announced the upcoming release of two models of intelligent vision sensors, the first image sensors in the world to be equipped with AI processing functionality. The new Sony sensors feature..
A Japanese research group has developed a method that increases the accuracy of predicting long-term seawater temperatures by collecting data with the help of turtles. Researchers from the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth..
Hyundai and Kia Debut Virtual Reality Design Evaluation System at Namyang Research and Development Center
Hyundai and Kia introduced a new virtual reality (VR) design evaluation system at its global design headquarters. The new system at the Namyang Research and Development Center in South Korea, demonstrates a..
Canon today announced the launch of its first two 8K Broadcast lenses: the UHD-DIGISUPER 51 (SP51x15.5B), a long-zoom field lens, and the 7×10.7 KAS S, a portable zoom lens. These two new..
Honda today held the world premiere of the all-new Fit at the 46th Tokyo Motor Show 2019 (show (Press days: October 23-24, Public days: October 25 – November 4, 2019) and it..
Sony announced today the joint development with Yamaha of the SC-1 Sociable Cart, a vehicle that delivers a new mobility experience. The SC-1 is designed to transform what was a mere means..
Fujitsu today announced the development of a technology that draws on mathematical models built with limited data on rainfall and water levels to create flooding predictions for rivers. The solution leverages Fujitsu..
Samsung Announces 0.8μm Image Sensor Lineup with 64Mp ISOCELL Bright GW1 and 48Mp ISOCELL Bright GM2
Samsung today introduced two new 0.8-micrometer (μm) pixel image sensors – the 64-megapixel (Mp) Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 and 48Mp ISOCELL Bright GM2. Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 is a 64Mp image sensor..
KDDI service to help Japanese in need to find empty toilet cubicles through smartphones and computers
Japanese telecommunications carrier KDDI will soon launch a service in Japan to let people know how many cubicles are occupied through smartphones and computers. Sensors in the cubicles detect when the doors..