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Samsung C-Lab: Unveils 3 Projects to be Unveiled CES 2018: Relumino Smart Glasses, S-Ray Speakers, GoBreath App

Samsung C-Lab: Unveils 3 Projects to be Unveiled CES 2018: Relumino Smart Glasses, S-Ray Speakers, GoBreath App: – Well, 2018 is surely going to be the big thing for the gadget lovers for sure. As per the reports, Samsung is about to launch some new products in the market in upcoming days and here we are about to share some 3 awaited gadgets of Samsung which is about to launch soon in Indian market. As per the reports, Samsung launched the C-Lab (Creative Lab) five years ago in an attempt to pursue innovative tech products.

Samsung C-Lab 3 Projects CES 2018

Now, the company is working on 3 products which are about to launch soon in the market.  Well, C-Lab program is three new projects that Samsung will unveil at CES this year. The first project is S-Ray (Sound-Ray) that consists of three directional speakers, the second is GoBreath, a breathing exercise app, and the third project is based on smart glasses called Relúmĭno. Microsoft Folding Surface Phone

Reports are coming that Samsung announced that these three new projects will be introduced at CES 2018.  Also, the reports are coming that, seven other startups from C-Lab will also showcase their products at the electronics show. Now, if we talk about the S-Ray project will consist of three new portable speakers – a Mini speaker, a Handy speaker, and the Neck Bend speaker. The best thing about these products that they are going to make you all amazed for sure.

Also, the GoBreath is another interesting project from Samsung’s C-Lab with a focus on healthcare. A doctor at Samsung Medical Centre has developed an app that can walk lung patients through techniques of deep breathing in order to help them recover better. This project consists of a handheld device and a mobile app with which lung damage patients can learn deep breathing and also track their progress. OnePlus 6 Fingerprint Sensor Under Display

Now, if we talk about the Relúmĭno smart glasses then we can say that is has been designed to help the visually challenged see images clearly when they are reading or viewing objects. First showcased at Mobile World Congress 2017, Relúmĭno smart glasses make use of technology to offer smart visual aid solutions enabling people to improve their visual experience. Images captured from these smart glasses are processed by the smartphone giving the user a better view.