Truth be told, I wasn’t very impressed with what electronics makers showed at the CEATEC 2011 tech exhibition – especially because a lot of the new products were “leaked” to the Japanese press before the event started.
However, here are a total of five of the coolest innovations Japanese companies showed at the CEATEC 2011 in video form, delivered from our friends at Diginfo TV (YouTube channel). All the videos were shot directly on location and are in English.
Video 1: Toshiba’s 55-inch, naked-eye 3D TV with facial recognition (our coverage)
Video 2: Sony’s “DEV-3″ binoculars that shoot videos in full HD and 3D
Video 3: Pioneer’s augmentend reality-based car navigation System (our coverage)
Video 4: NTT Docomo’s smartphone jackets that measure body fat, radiation, or alcohol (our coverage)
Video 5: NTT Docomo’s smartphone battery that fully charges in 10 minutes
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