Len­ovo

SmartHouse - - CONTENT - Writ­ten by ATHINA MAL­LIS

Len­ovo is head­ing down the aug­mented re­al­ity and vir­tual re­al­ity with a num­ber of its new prod­ucts de­buted at this year’s CES.

Len­ovo has stepped in to the VR world with the new Mi­rage Solo head­set and Mi­rage VR189 cam­era. Len­ovo says this is the world’s first stand­alone Day­dream head­set and fit­ted with WorldSense mo­tion-track­ing tech­nol­ogy on Google’s VR plat­form.

With worldsense, users can lean, dodge or duck through an ar­ray of con­tent. Based on the Qual­comm Snap­dragon 835 VR plat­form, users can make games life­like with the wire­less day­dream con­troller.

With the Len­ovo Mi­rage Cam­era with Day­dream users can cre­ate their own VR con­tent. This small point-and-shoot cam­era sim­pli­fies the tech­nol­ogy needed to cap­ture 3D pho­tos and videos with its dual 13MP fish­eye cam­era and 180×180 de­gree field of view. It comes equipped with Qual­comm Con­nected Cam­era Plat­form fea­tur­ing high-qual­ity du­al­cam­eras, built-in Wi-Fi and X9 LTE cel­lu­lar modem in the LTE ver­sion.

Len­ovo is pair­ing AI and AR with the Glass C220 con­sist­ing of a Glass

Unit and Pocket Unit that recog­nises real-life ob­jects us­ing AI tech­nolo­gies. Weigh­ing 60 grams, the unit runs on An­droid and uses ex­pe­ri­ence AR in one eye while keep­ing the other on the real world. It ap­plies to a myr­iad of work and learn­ing sce­nar­ios from gath­er­ing in­for­ma­tion in the field of view, giv­ing step by step di­rec­tion for re­pair, iden­ti­fy­ing dis­abled equip­ment and trou­ble-shoot­ing is­sues.

It fea­tures anti-noise in­ter­ac­tion, mo­bile com­put­ing ca­pac­ity and cus­tom mods.

The Len­ovo NBD AH Cloud 2.0 is a SaaS plat­form based on AR, AI and big data tech­nol­ogy. It en­hances aware­ness and work­ing abil­ity of the field staff. AH Cloud con­forms to the con­cept of the Aug­mented Hu­man, mak­ing it ideal for re­mote in­dus­trial main­te­nance, in­tel­li­gent com­mand and dis­patch, 3D di­ag­no­sis and in­tel­li­gent tourism.

The video com­mu­ni­ca­tion sys­tem is based on Ke­pler tech­nol­ogy in­clud­ing on-to-many two-way video; the work­flow man­age­ment sys­tem is based on ti­tan tech­nol­ogy, user can build and edit project with­out pro­gram­ming abil­ity; and the in­tel­li­gent de­tec­tion sys­tem, based on martin tech­nol­ogy, can do real-time ob­ject de­tec­tion for mul­ti­ple type of ob­jects si­mul­ta­ne­ously af­ter be­ing trained us­ing im­ages.

Len­ovo has re­leased the Miix 630, a 2-in-1 de­tach­able lap­top. Len­ovo says it gives users the flex­i­bil­ity and pro­duc­tiv­ity of a Win­dows 10 S lap­top with the al­ways on, al­ways con­nected mo­bil­ity of a smart­phone.

Built on Qual­comm Snap­dragon 835 mo­bile Mo­bile PC plat­form, the Miix 630 is a 15.6 mm thin and 1.33kg light mo­bile com­pan­ion. Peo­ple can use their voice to ac­cess the per­sonal dig­i­tal as­sis­tant and use Win­dows Hello bio­met­ric fa­cial recog­ni­tion for more se­cure and con­ve­nient log-in.

It has 20 hours of lo­cal video play­back.

For its ThinkPad line, Len­ovo has upped se­cu­rity, dis­play and con­nec­tiv­ity through­out its X1 line. The X1 tablet is 13-inch with 3K dis­play and LTE-A con­nec­tiv­ity. The X1 Car­bon and X1 Yoga is en­abled with Ama­zon Alexa and a dis­play able to sup­port Dolby Vi­sion HDR and ThinkShut­ter Cam­era Pri­vacy.

The X1 Car­bon is also touch­screen.

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