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Early CES highlights

by User Not Found | Jan 07, 2007

A few tasters from tonight's media preview:

3D headsets from TDVision: take any video content processed on a PC and transform them into a 3D image using a dual-image headset display. Worked quite well using demonstration video - a regular TV football game was transformed into a 3D event. But video headsets will remain a niche market however good they are.

Addlogix: demonstrated its wireless media adapter that claims to be the only one that can accommodate streamed Internet content. Demo'ed ABC's Desperate Housewives streamed from the web to a PC, then wirelessly to an LCD TV.

Norint's Falcon 3D game controller: an excellent new control device that lets the user navigate in a 3D environment with realistic force feedback.

Infusion internet radio player: a compact wireless internet radio player from Australian firm Torian. I'm a big fan of internet radio and this is another step in the direction of a breakthrough device, though I'm not sure it quite ticks all the boxes.

Pulse-Link was demonstrating 2 simultaneous HD streams over a UWB-over-coax network. Impressive video, but there appeared to be problems with the graphics when the credits rolled.

More to follow....
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