Looking forward to new innovations
Seeing our partnerships come to life at CES
Earlier this month, we celebrated the unveiling of our in-car strategy and UI work for Bose Automotive at CES. The invitation-only event held in downtown Las Vegas demonstrated the Power of Sound, showcasing the future of immersive audio and active sound management.
Our work supported the latest in-car sound experiences, including SeatCentric audio and 3D sound with support for Dolby Atmos. Outside, driving demonstrations took users around a track in the GMC Hummer EV to experience electric vehicle sound enhancement and off-road terrain visualizations.
The automotive space continues to be an exciting one at CES. With the announcement of Afeela from Sony and Honda, Audi's Holoride in-car VR system, and BMW's e-ink color-changing car, there was no shortage of inspiration and excitement for the future of mobility.
Sony debuted their portable volumetric capture system and 3D spatial reality displays, our first time seeing both in person following a strategic initiative with their research and development team. We were excited to jump into the booth to livestream ourselves in 3D while also checking out Sony's wearable system, Mocopi. Together, these new technologies promise to usher in the future of augmented and real-time experiences.
Kohler was also recognized as an Innovation Award Honoree for the third year in a row with their Stillness Infinity bath. Following the launch of the voice and gesture-sensing faucet, Sensate, Kohler continues to expand their ecosystem of connected products. As a long-time partner, we are excited to see our clients receiving the recognition they deserve.
Congratulations to everyone who exhibited and contributed to another great CES!
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