Korea at CES 2016, the World’s Largest Electronics show
The CES 2016, an annual gathering of the latest in consumer electronics was held for 4 days from January 6th in Las Vegas, U.S. It was the 50 CES participated by about 350 startups and 3,600 companies, and the spotlight was on smart appliances, internet of things (IoT) and smart cars. The show was participated by major Korean players such as Samsung and LG. Find out about the industry leadership of Korean companies at the world’s largest consumer electronics show.
Present and future of self-driving cars
Smart cars are hailed as the next game changer to generate a giant new market. Global players in automobiles and IT are competing fiercely to be the first one in on automated driving technology, the core of the smart car revolution. We take a look at leading technologies in self-driving vehicles and peek into the future they will shape.
Flex Cam PIC Turns Heads at CES 2016
Action cameras are gaining in popularity nowadays. One of the biggest disadvantages of existing models is the dependence on camera mounts. Korean startup Boud has introduced the Flex Cam PIC, a bendable camera that can be attached or wrapped around any objects. Its unique design drew much attention at this years CES 2016, and the company was named one of the honorees of the CES Innovation Awards. Find out how the company all began.
Can Static Electricity Start a Fire?
You may have noticed an anti-static pad installed at self-serve gas pumps. Touching the pad before pumping gas supposedly eliminates static electricity and prevents a potential fire. Static electricity is considered a nuisance in daily life especially during the winter months, but can it really lead to a fire?