Samsung S-Ray, GoBreath, Relumino Creative Lab projects to be announced at CES 2018


S-Ray

Samsung Electronics has announced today that the company’s C-labs will introduce three new innovative projects; S-Ray, GoBreath, and Relumino at the CES 2018 event. Additionally, seven start-ups which have been spun off from Samsung’s C-Lab will also showcase their newly released commercial products for new business opportunities.

S-Ray (Sound-Ray) is a portable directional speaker which can be carried anywhere and it makes use of its unique system module yet maintaining the advantages of conventional directional speakers and/or earphones. the S-Ray also eliminates the need to put on earphones for a long time and avoids the distractions to others Bluetooth speakers. The S-Ray at the CES 2018 event will showcase a variety of products like the Neckband, Handy and smartphone cover.

Next one in the list is the GoBreath which is a recovery solution for people who have experienced lung damage and suffer from postoperative pulmonary complications after general anesthesia. Deep breathing is one of the fastest recovery options for such cases, but it becomes challenging for patients who have undergone surgery due to lung pain.

With GoBreath concept which consists of a portable device and mobile app, it teaches patients basic techniques such as inspiration, coughing or deep breathing. Users can check how the lungs have recovered through the app. The GoBreath also offers web and cloud service for doctors to easily connect and monitor their patients.

Last on the list is the Relúmĭno glasses which are a smart visual aid eyeglasses to help people with vision challenges see images clearer.  The Relumino app was first showcased at Mobile World Congress back in 2017. The glasses work in conjunction with a smartphone, utilizing its processors and batteries, making the Relúmĭno glasses light and comfortable to wear.

The smartphone in sync with the glasses processes the images from videos projected through the camera of the glasses and the processed images are floated into the display of the Relúmĭno glasses to help the person wearing glasses see things better. Additionally, seven startups including LINKFLOW, Kitten Planet, lululab, KIDSOFT, Mangoslab, Innomdle lab, and analogue plus, will also participate at CES 2018 to showcase their newly released commercial products.

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