If you’re lucky enough to have been at CES Asia in Shanghai this week, you’ve had the opportunity to see the latest, most innovative developments from MOTA firsthand. Over the last two days, our booth has been crowded with thousands of consumer electronics trade attendees from all over the world.
But tomorrow, Wednesday, the event opens its doors to the public. Come see us at booth N1C68 in the New International Expo Center.
We have the first-ever public demo of the software for our MOTA DOI SmartRing.
The ring solves the problem of smartphone notification overload. Its VIP feature lets you select who and what appears on your finger discretely via a tactile alert and the world’s smallest scrollable text display in a wearable.
No need to hold a wrist up in front of you and move your other hand over to tap it. Simply glance at your palm and swipe the SmartRing’s screen with your thumb.
Avid GoPro users and dealers have watched us top off their HERO3, HERO3+ or HERO4 cameras wirelessly using the first production units of the world’s only portable wireless charger for GoPro. There’s no need to remove the camera from its housing, ensuring the safety of your most prized adventures.
And if your interest is the future, MOTA’s Kevin Faro outlined in a conference session what it will take to deliver genuinely useful personal robots to consumers. (Hint: there’s a reason, actually several reasons, why the only truly successful consumer robot thus far is a vacuum cleaner.)
Watch an excerpt:
“Robotics: Future Challenges and Opportunities,” CES Asia
Tomorrow’s the last day, so if you’re in the Shanghai metropolis, please come by and see us at CES Asia.