CeBIT: Cerevo präsentiert das komplette Line-Up seiner IoT-Geräte und demonstriert brandneue Smart
Cerevo, an Internet connected consumer electronics manufacturer based in Tokyo, Japan, will be exhibiting its latest IoT devices at CeBIT 2017 in Hannover, Germany from 20th-24th March 2017. (Cerevo Booth information at the bottom, the details of Cerevo’s exhibition.)
Cerevo’s latest and complete lineup will mainly focus on its IoT business solutions including Tipron – a transforming Internet connected smart projection home robot for homes and businesses, Taclim – the World’s First VR Shoes and Gloves, with Built-in Tactile Devices, LiveShell X – a 1080/60p H.265 live video streaming device, LiveWedge – a 4 input HDMI switcher with live streaming capabilities, XON – a smart cycle device that enables you share your cycling data in real-time, and the newly launched REC-1 with LOG-1 – a sports action camera with smart sensor technology.
(German Below) Cerevo, Hersteller von mit dem Internet verbundener Unterhaltungselektronik mit Sitz in Tokyo, Japan, wird vom 20. bis 24. März auf der CeBIT 2017 in Hannover (Deutschland) seine neuesten IoT-Geräte ausstellen. (Informationen über Cerevos Stand sind unten aufgeführt, Details zu Cerevos Aufstellung.)
Cerevos neuestes und vollständiges Line-Up wird sich hauptsächlich auf seine IoT-Geschäftslösungen fokussieren, darunter Tipron – ein bahnbrechender smarter Projektor-Hausroboter mit Internetzugang für Zuhause und Firmen, Taclim – die weltweit ersten VR-Schuhe und VR-Handschuhe Shoes mit eingebauten taktilen Geräten, LiveShell X – ein Gerät für Live-Streaming in 1080/60p H.265, LiveWedge – ein HDMI Umschalter mit vier Eingängen und der Möglichkeit zum Live-Streaming, XON – ein Smart Cycle-Gerät, das es einem ermöglicht, seine Fahrradfahrdaten in Echtzeit zu teilen, sowie der neu herausgebrachte REC-1 mit LOG-1 – eine Sport-Action-Kamera mit smarter Sensorentechnologie.
Product Overview/Produktübersicht siehe unten.
Tipron was developed based on the concept to turn all the walls, floors and ceilings in your home into displays, providing a new experience for visual media consumption and it is available at the Official Cerevo Store as well as Amazon. Tipron can automatically project an 80 inch HD screen from a distance of 3 meters. Its transforming function allows it to project at a variety of different heights and angles and contract to a compact size when not in use. Tipron will automatically adjust its height depending on its current operating mode, for example, Tipron can contract to a compact size when charging and moving, then expand to 80 cm when projecting images or video. Tipron comes with built-in speakers and supports a variety of audio of video playback functions. It has a HDCP compatible HDMI input to project video from PC’s, game consoles or video players, Tipron can also take advantage of wireless video streamers such as Chromecast to project internet videos. You can view more information on Tipron at – http://tipron.cerevo.com/
RIDE-1 is a clip on cycle device with various sensor modules and is one of the XON series of smart sports products. RIDE-1 allows existing bike owners to use the advanced sensors.
RIDE-1’s built in communication features include ANT+, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, in addition to various sensors such as GPS. Unlike traditional cycle computers that only record running data attached to a bicycle, the characteristics of RIDE-1 allow riding data to be shared and analyzed by linking with smartphones and the cloud. It is available at the Official Cerevo Store as well as Amazon.
XON REC-1 and LOG-1
REC-1 is a sports camera and the newest member of Cerevo’s XON series of smart sports devices. REC-1 will be bundled with LOG-1, a mountable 6-axis companion sensor for REC-1. Sensor data from LOG-1 can be overlaid onto REC-1’s 1080p60 video, creating a complete picture of your sports activity. For example, you can combine a first person video of your cycling or motor sports racing with acceleration, braking, turning and location data. The two products have just been launched on 16th March For detail features, visit https://xon.cerevo.com/en/rec-1/ and they are available at the Official Cerevo Store. XON SNOW-1
Cerevo today announced its newly developed snowboard bindings “SNOW-1”. Cerevo is planning to release Sports Gears for smart sports under the brand name XON and SNOW-1 is its first product. SNOW-1 is snowboard bindings with Bluetooth4.0 LE module and various sensors. Data measured and accumulated when using SNOW-1 will be transmitted to smartphone in real time which allows snowboarders to analyze their rides. Load censors located 4 places under each foot measures the shift of loads by snowboarder and position of the center of gravity. For detail features, visit https://xon.cerevo.com/en/
Lumigent, a robotic smart desk lamp with speech recognition and transformation functions. When speaking to Lumigent, it recognizes words and automatically performs actions such as lighting and transformation. The main body has a movable axis with four-degree-freedom, and when not in use, it waits in a folded space-saving state. When the user calls “Hi Lumi, Turn on”, the light lights up at the optimum position set in advance without needing to operate the main unit or the smartphone application. It is scheduled to be available this Autumn.
Taclim is a set of VR shoes and gloves that are capable of detecting user movements as input and translating in-VR action to real world haptic output. Cerevo has specially developed customized tactile devices in collaboration with Nidec Seimitsu Corp., there are total of eight state-of-the-art tactile devices in the shoes and gloves. In enabling haptic feedback for the user’s hands and feet according to images and sounds in a VR space, Since the built-in tactile devices can freely change the strength of feedback, a sense of stepping on different ground in a VR space such as desert, grassland, water and more can be achieved via haptic feedback. Also, the 9-axis sensor built into the shoes and gloves functions as an input device to capture movement to reflect actions in the VR space. Taclim is scheduled to be available for purchase in Autumn. ttps://taclim.cerevo.com/en/ LiveShell X
LiveShell X is the latest and most advanced model in Cerevo’s line of award-winning LiveShell devices. The innovative device supports live broadcast streaming with HDMI input encoding at up to 1080/60p in H.265 or H.264 and recording to a microSD card without a PC. LiveShell X provides stable, professional quality streaming. It also supports simultaneous multi-streaming and the ability to add subtitles and lower third graphics. It is available at the Official Cerevo Store and you can view more information on LiveShell X at – https://s.cerevo.com/x . And more products…
CeBIT2017 Booth Information:
Exhibition Period: 20th to 24th March 2017
Cerevo Booth: Hall 4, Stand A38, (56)
Open Exhibition Grounds map
Venue: Hannover Exhibition Grounds Messegelände 30521
Show details: http://www.cebit.de/en/exhibition/facts-figures/
Cerevo Inc. (Consumer Electronic REVOlution) was founded in 2008 and is located in Tokyo, Japan with a branch office in Redmond, WA, USA. Cerevo is a small batch company focusing on making unique connected products and solutions for both consumer and professional users based on its “Global Niche” concept. Cerevo’s products have been recognized globally and are sold in more than 55 countries. Over 25 products have been released including, CEREVO CAM – a digital camera with internet connectivity, the LiveShell series – devices to enable live streaming on Ustream and YouTube Live using only a video camera, LiveWedge – a 4 input HDMI switcher with live streaming capabilities, Tipron – a smart robot projector for homes or businesses, and the XON series of smart sports products. For more information, please visit – http://cerevo.com
Cerevo Official Store: http://gstore.cerevo.com/
Chitose Nii, Global Communication
Press Release/Alert: https://info-en-blog.cerevo.com/