Samsung LiCon App Recognizes And Controls IoT Connected Devices Via A Smartphone Camera

Posted: Apr 26 2016, 9:30am CDT | by , Updated: Apr 26 2016, 9:35am CDT, in News | Technology News


Samsung LiCon App Recognizes and Controls IoT Connected Devices Via a Smartphone Camera
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The Samsung developer conference 2016 begins tomorrow. Samsung will also show off innovations from its C-Lab.

The Samsung Developer Conference 2016 (SDC 2016) will kick off tomorrow at the Moscone West Center in San Francisco. The SDC 2016 will comprise keynote speeches, presentations and sessions from wide range of topics. Samsung will also show off its latest innovations from its secretive C-Lab.

One of the innovations that will be shown for the first time include LiCon, an app that controls various smart devices via a smartphone camera. With the LiCon app, the smartphone camera becomes a tool to recognize and control IoT connected devices.

Other C-Lab projects to be shown at the SDC 2016 include Ahead, a communication device for people who wear helmets; AMe, a wearable lifelogging camera that produces 360-degree VR videos; ItsyWatch, a wearable that helps children form good habits; and Entrim 4D+, a VR accessory that lets users feel the movements of the on-screen action. We have reported about Entrim 4D+ already earlier this year.

The SDC 2016 agenda includes Internet of Things(IoT), Tizen, Smart TV, Enterprise, VR, Mobiles, Wearables, Games and Entertainment, Health and Medical and Business opportunities.

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