The first 8K (7,680×4,320-pixel) display, this 32-inch monitor crams in enough resolution to retouch the hairs off a model’s face and nudge your pixels precisely in Adobe Illustrator. It doesn’t match that by covering the entire Rec 2020 color space — it’s only 10-bit color, not 12-bit — and it’s not clear whether it stores the color profiles in hardware or not, but you can’t expect everything at once. For $5,000, though, Dell should throw in the calibrator for free.
One tricky bookshelf. The invisible floating bookshelf will have you questioning if what you’re seeing is actually real as your books look as if they are magically floating above the ground. Fans of optical illusions will love it! The floating bookshelf is dead easy…
That’s not the only subscription service for gamers, though. Nvidia had its GeForce now service on show, which, similar to the Blade Shadow service, lets you play demanding games on any hardware, all thanks to the magic of the internet.
iHUD is the world’s first multimedia, heads-up display. It’s able to project a 4.5 inch virtual image directly on to the windshield, this lets the drivers see the screen and information on their Smartphone or other device without their eyes ever leaving the road so it greatly increases while driving.
All vehicles have that standard cigarette lighter power socket. With this you can plug power cables into your car gadgets. It’s a standard 12V on all vehicles so don’t worry about compatibility. If you are charging/powering many electronic appliances from one car socket, buy a good car accessory power splitter. Be careful not to overload the car’s electrical system with too many products plugged in at the same time.
What makes it cool: ZF’s safety system check moves away from making the driver scroll through lots of screens on the dashboard. Instead, every feature is summarized in a simple graphic that looks like a three-ring binder. It lets drivers see how safe they are cruising in traffic.
As example, when you are listening to your favorite songs with 3-speaker virtual surround sound and there is a call coming, Jabra freeway will read out the name of incoming caller to notice you. What you just do next is using your voice to make and answer the call.
There’s a countably infinite supply of noise-cancelling headphones at CES, but these manage to rise above the noise. You can set the Hero headphones to allow certain voices through and block everything else; while Sidekick is a version of them that you fit on your existing headphones. This is what the future should sound like.
The concept vehicle’s most striking characteristic is its gigantic screen, which stretches across the entire dashboard. The car will also include facial recognition so that it can identify the driver and load his or her settings as he or she enters the vehicle.
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