2018 has started with three innovative projects for Samsung. The projects have developed from the company’s Creative Lab and they will be unveiled at CES 2018, in Las Vegas.
Before the official showcase, the electronics giant has shared some details about these projects which are S-Ray, the GoBreath and renewed Relumino glasses.
To start with the first one, Sound-Ray (S-Ray) is a portable directional speaker which can be carried easily to anywhere. The smaller, lighter and unique speaker does not distract the others and let its users to enjoy with their music, video, podcast and so on.
The aim of the company by creating S-Ray is to avoid people wearing earphones, which mostly cause ear pain. It’s shared that the company will also showcase “a variety of product options” related to Sound-Ray, including a neckband to carry the speaker around with you, smartphone cover and more, at CES – Global Stage For Innovation,
In order to provide a solution for people who suffer from ‘postoperative pulmonary complications after general anesthesia’ and have been experiencing lung damage, Samsung revealed GoBreath. It includes portable device and a mobile app that inform these patients about basic techniques of inspiration and deep breathing.
Patients will be able to follow their process with guidelines and trackers. In addition, the app will also enable doctors to monitor their patients’ records.
Relumino is one of the three projects which will be introduced at CES 2017. It has already been launched as an app that works with Samsung Gear VR headset to assist people, who are visually impaired, at the MWC 2017.
However, this time the company carries the project a step further by presenting Relumino smart visual aid eyeglasses for the app specifically.
How Samsung Created its Vision-Enhancing Relúmĭno App
As Samsung explained; “The smartphone processes images from videos projected through the camera of the glasses, and the processed images are floated into the display of the Relumino glasses to help the wearer see things better.”
Along with the three C-Lab innovative projects, there will be seven start-ups attending to CES 2018.
Introduced in 2015, the C-Lab spin-off policy allows Samsung employees, who have a successful background with completing C-Lab projects, to launch their own start-ups.
Samsung supports these start-ups through seed money investment and professional consulting to increase the speed of their growth with also highlighting their independence will remain.