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From Accelerometers to Touch Screens, Sensors Dominate CES

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Charles Murray
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Re: The Ring
Charles Murray   1/21/2015 11:19:54 AM
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You're correct, dodger2x. And, at last count, it has chewed up $880,000 of Kickstarter funds.

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The Ring
dodger2x   1/21/2015 10:38:05 AM
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The Ring has been voted worst Kickstarter Project ever. Google it before wasting your money.

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Charles Murray   1/20/2015 6:21:40 PM
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Thanks, bobjengr. What I found most amazing was the sheer volume of products at CES, most of which used sensors. The photos here represent just a tiny fraction of the sensor-based products at the show.

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Re: Great roundup
Elizabeth M   1/20/2015 2:53:07 PM
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Yeah, I was thinking it would probably be pretty expensive. Maybe between four kids it could be a good Xmas present next year! And maybe the price will drop by then.

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Charles Murray   1/20/2015 2:06:15 PM
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The InfoMotion basketball is truly a wonder, Liz. Now here's the bad side: When it came out, it was $300. I don't know if the price has dropped since then.

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SENSORS USAGE
bobjengr   1/19/2015 6:20:01 PM
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I am absolutely amazed at how sensors are applied in domestic products.  Your slide presentation certainly indicates the variety of applications possible and all of these applications play into the "big data" category. Imagine the information possible on an on-going basis and the software needed to amass and assimilate the data for presentation.  Excellent slides Charles.

 

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Great roundup
Elizabeth M   1/19/2015 9:45:04 AM
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Nice roundup of the latest in sensor technology and how it's being deployed, Chuck. Things really are getting quite high tech. I'm especially impressed with the basketball. I have three basketball-crazy nephews (and even my niece plays), so I'm sure that is something they would love to have.

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