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  • CES 2021 Presents: High-Tech Face Masks, Transparent Screens and Flying Cars

    Illuminated face masks, housekeeping robots, transparent TVs, expandable smartphones, and flying cars – in this review, we will tell you about the most breathtaking devices showcased at CES 2021.


  • How ITMO Technopark Resident Orbi Prime Is Reinventing Sports Broadcasting

    The residents of ITMO University’s Technopark have showcased their latest invention at the recent CES expo in Las Vegas. The company Orbi Prime, known for its video recording eyewear, came to the event for the third time and even received the CES Innovation Award in 2018. But in 2020, it focused on a new invention – a headset designed to record and stream video content. The company’s CTO Alexandr Moreno spoke to ITMO.NEWS about this new technology.


  • TVs for Instagram Videos and Flying Taxis: 2020 Consumer Electronics Show

    Every January, the US city of Las Vegas hosts one of the world’s largest tech exhibitions, Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which aims to showcase the trends that will define the development of hi-tech in the following year. This is where many corporations opt for premiering their newest releases. In this article, ITMO.NEWS continues the exploration of the ideas presented, from the most cutting-edge to the most gimmicky. You can get another, first-hand look at the exhibition’s display here. 


  • Top Tech at CES 2020

    Artificial Intelligence, 5G connectivity and a Mercedes straight out of James Cameron's Avatar were only some of the highlights at CES 2020, which took place on January 7-10 in Las Vegas. Here’s what will be changing our lives in the near future. 


  • Yandex Director of Marketing Andrey Sebrant: We’re Living in the Age of Implementation

    On December 18, the Winter School “It’s Your Call!”, organized by ITMO University and Sberbank, began its second season. 180 bachelor and Master’s students from all over Russia joined each other in St. Petersburg. On the first day, Andrey Sebrant – Yandex company’s Director of Product Marketing – welcomed the students and shared some advice on how not to get lost on one’s journey into the future.


  • Shadow Samurai: Motion Capture Game by ITMO Developers

    A group of ITMO students together with the TAU Tracker company released their Shadow Samurai game, which uses motion capture gloves. The game demonstrates the technology’s efficiency: using a VR helmet and TAU Tracker gloves, you can interact with the virtual world without any gamepads and controllers. The project was presented for the first time at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that was held in Las Vegas in January. According to the developers, apart from the gaming industry, the technology has some other applications, for example, in such fields as medicine, car manufacturing, and robotics. ITMO.NEWS met with the director of ITMO’s Master’s program ‘Game Development Technologies’, Andrey Karsakov, and asked him about the project and its prospects for the future.  


  • The Best of CES 2019: Highlights and Trends

    Despite the economic crisis and rising inflation, smartphones sales in Russia broke all records in 2018. The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which showcases the breakthrough in innovative technologies, has recently kicked off in Las Vegas. ITMO.NEWS gathered information about the latest trends and technological advances in the field and talked to ITMO University lecturer and CES’s participant Andrey Korsakov.


  • ITMO Technopark Resident Orbi Receives CES Innovation Awards in Wearables and VR/AR

    Orbi Prime, the world’s first wearable 360-degree camera glasses with a 4K resolution, were named among the best new innovations in two categories at CES 2018, the world’s largest technology and innovation show. The first batch will be released this August and shipped to the project’s backers. Orbi Inc. has been a resident of ITMO’s Technopark for a year.


  • 10 Top Tech Trends of 2018: Part Two

    What technology will actually change users’ lives in 2018 and which trends are worth incorporating into business? This was the topic of discussion earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the largest annual international exhibition of consumer electronics, which took place in Las Vegas. In the second part of our article, we will talk about five more trends which Gartner, Deloitte and other top companies are raving about. Read the first part of the article here.


  • 10 Top Tech Trends of 2018: Part One

    2017 was the year of cryptocurrencies and blockchain. The fuss around the latter has even become a meme - just remember the news about a tea company that succeeded in enhancing the value of their stocks by just adding the word “blockchain” to its name. Yet, which technologies will really make a difference, and what trends modern businesses pay the most attention to? This was the topic of the world’s biggest trade show of the consumer electronics industry - the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. In this first part of our article, we’ll talk about the five trends that experts have placed emphasis on.