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Lenovo launched at CES a device to control an avatar without wearable equipment Israel today


Lenovo presented at the CES exhibition in Las Vegas the gadget with the temporary name Project Chronos lenovo that will allow them to control their avatar without wearable equipment, a Yoga series computer with two screens, and also a line for startupists with an entry into the field of digital notebooks

The computer giant Lenovo launched at the electronics exhibition CES, which opened today (Thursday) in Las Vegas, a long line of new products, including some particularly interesting gadgets for the audience of content creators and designers as well as the audience of home media consumers.

Among Lenovo's new products - a "Yoga" series computer with a double screen - Yoga Book 9i (in the main photo of this review) that allows you to surf the Internet and see the image on two full screens.

The new computer allows you to work on two separate files displayed on the two screens, and watch a video on one screen while taking notes on the other screen, share a presentation on one screen while watching a conversation and answering questions from the other screen in virtual meetings or take notes on one screen and watch an online class on the other screen .

Project Chronos lenovo

Another interesting gadget bearing the temporary name Project Chronos lenovo is designed to allow content creators, and perhaps later also the participants and players of the Metaverse, control over their avatar character, without any need for wearable equipment, and based on body movements only. 

How is this done?

The user's movement is captured using an advanced depth camera that reproduces his actions in real time in a virtual environment in 3D, and displays them on a TV or screen at home with a DP or HDMI connection.

Once the avatar is created, the user can control it using gestures, movements, posture and even facial expressions, and see it all displayed on the screen in near real time.

Lenovo's Project Chronos Concept,

Lenovo Smart Paper

Startups who are not ready to give up the offline experience will be happy to hear that Lenovo is entering the field of notebooks this year - screens similar to electronic books like "Kindle" that preserve the feeling of using a pencil or pen on paper - digitally. 

The device has a 10.3-inch E-Ink touch screen, with an anti-glare coating, which fits into a lightweight case made of metal.

The digital register.

The device comes with a battery-free electronic pen that can be stored inside the case.

Lenovo Smart Paper,

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Source: israelhayom

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