Samsung To Showcase Three Crazy Projects For The First Time At CES 2016

Consumer Electronics Show (CES), a global consumer electronics and consumer technology trade show, stated to kick start on January 6, 2016 at Las Vegas.

Many tech giants to showcase their innovative products at the event happening in Las Vegas. Samsung announced that it will be demonstrating three Creative Lab (C-Lab) projects for the first time, at CES 2016.

Samsung To Showcase Three Crazy Projects For The First Time At CES

C-Lab is one of Samsung's innovation programs, which helps its employees to nurture their own creative business ideas. The three projects are "WELT" - a healthcare belt that helps people manage their waist size by measuring their daily habits and behaviors, "rink" - a hand-motion controller for mobile VR devices, and "TipTalk" - a remarkable new user experience (UX) that enables users to hear sounds, transmitted through their own body.

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These C-Lab projects will be showcased at Eureka Park, at CES, in Hall G, Level One of the Sands Expo, from January 6 to January 9, 2016. As the projects are still in the development process, they are being showcased to assess their market potential and to gather hands-on feedback from CES attendees, enabling further improvements to be made.

Samsung To Showcase Three Crazy Projects For The First Time At CES

WELT - A More Discreet Way to Track Personal Health

WELT is a smart wearable healthcare belt that looks like a normal belt, thus offering consumers a more discreet way of using smart sensor technology to monitor their health. WELT is capable of recording the user's waist size, eating habits and the number of steps taken, as well as time spent sitting down. It then sends this data to a specially-designed app for analysis, and the production of a range of personalized healthcare and weight management plans.

Samsung To Showcase Three Crazy Projects For The First Time At CES

Rink - Taking Mobile VR to the Next Level with Hand-Motion Control

Rink is an advanced hand-motion controller for mobile VR devices which offers a more intuitive and nuanced way to interact with the virtual world. The ability to intuitively control the game or content just by using their hands provides consumers with a much deeper level of mobile VR immersion.

Samsung To Showcase Three Crazy Projects For The First Time At CES

TipTalk - The Future of Wearable Communications Offer Greater Call Clarity

TipTalk is a remarkable new UX that enables people to listen to the sound from their smart devices, such as the Samsung Gear S2, without headsets or earphones, simply by touching their finger to their ear. This enhances the clarity of calls, enabling them to be taken in public, even in noise-sensitive or loud environments, such as a concert hall or building site - without the risk of being overheard.

Shaped like a watch strap, 'TipTalk' can be added to watches - analog or smart - and sync with smartphones, enabling Text-to-Speech functionality.

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