Published: Fri, December 28, 2018
Technology | By Lionel Gonzales

Samsung's C-Lab is taking eight new merchandise to CES 2019

Samsung's C-Lab is taking eight new merchandise to CES 2019

"This will help to refine the projects and prepare the prototypes that will eventually become finished products to take to market", adds the firm. When recording ASMR content with this solution, creators not only obtain spatially more enhanced sounds in terms of sound directivity, they also produce vivid, realistic ASMR sounds with AI sound rendering software without professional recording devices.

Samsung C-Lab will introduce eight new tech in 2019's Consumer Electronics Show.

Other experiments are Tisplay, described as an "in-video virtual ad service", which is suitable for video creators who can use the tool to put ads on T-shirts and other clothes.

Samsung says this is an instant video-making service that allows users to shoot and edit footage at the same time. The tech automatically overlays scenes with visual effects and background music during livestreaming.

One of the more interesting offerings is PRISMIT, a news service powered by AI, which provides users with context for a given news story, Whenever the user may be reading something, the service will pick up key words fro the article and generate a timeline of events regarding the topic of the news leading up to the current article.

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As the name suggests, "Perfume Blender" is a "custom perfume making service".

All you'd have to do is take a photo of your favorite perfume and the app will analyze the common ingredients and recommend other fragrances you might like. When a user provides the corresponding application with an image of one's favourite fragrance, the AI will create perfume recipes using similar ingredients and notes which can be further customised, or purchased as is.

Samsung also has physical projects in mind, such as the Girin Monitor Stand that auto adjusts so that the users can keep a proper posture at all times while they work on their computers. It comes with a controller which alerts the user to focus on study when the user is using a smartphone or sleeping. The app will analyze a user-preferred sound, then calibrate that sound to be heard more clearly.

SnailSound, meanwhile, consists of an earpiece and an app.

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