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Seven startups from Skolkovo will take part in the Consumer Electronics Show 2016 in Las Vegas on 6-9 January 2016.
The major expo brings together over 150K attendees, including top producers, integrators, retailers and distributors of computer software & hardware, robotics, smart home & IoT, electronics and sensors, wearables and other technologies. Global brands traditionally prepare their new products for January to introduce them at this annual event.
Skolkovo's will present their VR technologies, wearables and smart home electronics in the Eureka Park zone of the CES.
Mobile virtual reality headset and VR applications ecosystem.
Anti-latency tracker (ALT) by NettleBox
Augmented reality system MotionParallax3D gives the viewer the ability to examine a 3D scene from various viewing angles, from all sides, as if all the objects in the scene were real.
The world’s first smart wall clock that display information from wearables and smart home devices.
Mobile dosimeter radiometer for measurement of background radiation.
The health-friendly light bulb. Better sleep. Less stress.
Electronic card that replaces the stacks of loyalty and discount cards.
Full body motion control sensor for virtual reality for Android devices.
Vasily Ryzhonkov, Head of Skolkovo Mobile Tech Hub: “Graduate companies of Hardware 2.0 acceleration program conducted by Skolkovo Mobile Tech Hub – Cardberry, Glance, SVET and VicoVR will launch their crowdfunding campaigns in the next 3-5 months, so for them CES is the best place to introduce their products to the global tech community and to start sales at the North-American market.”